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time of fun 
and a time of 



Janine and Lisa work on their 

tans while Rebecca covers up 

from the sun. 



sun. 




— Mike Kronert 



Rose, why do you look so 

gloomy.. .Life doesn't get much 

better than sailing on a boat during 

the summer! 




Steve and Matt spend their 
summer trying on funny hats. 



4 Introduction 




I These sophomores take a break from 
the beach to spend a day at the docks. 




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These boys seem to be plotting 

something, but Tommy seems like 

he doesn't have a clue. 



Danielle and Jessica hang out at a 
Sweet 16 over the summer 





Summer: a time to get away! 
What makes people love the sum- 
mer so much? One could cay the 
two months off from school to 
sleep and hang out is what makes it 
so great. Some enjoy spending 
time with their best friends, while 
others like to explore and do new 
things. Whether it be camp, college 
programs, or trips around the world, 
high school students always seem 
to enjoy their summers. 

Many people go to camps, work 
at camps, or go to a college pro- 
gram over the summer. "I like the 
summer because I hang out with 
people I normally wouldn't. It's cool 
how I get to meet and get to know 
new people from other towns." se- 



A day in the city is a day well spent 
according to this group of best friends. L 






nior Rachel Dushkin says. Some feel 
that the summer is too long, but 
many beg to differ and feel it is too 
short However. Ryan Russikoff feels. 
"Summer is a good break before 
having to go back to school. By the 
time I get home from camp. I am 
ready to go back to school and not 
do nothing all day" 

Summer is a great way to meet 
new people and share new experi- 
ences. It gives people a time to 
grow and live the way they want to. 
if only for two months of the year. 
Although summer comes to an end. 
students look forward to the up- 
coming school year. 
" Amanda DiCocco 



Introduction 5 




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These girls represent every 
color of the rainbow. 



Rachel, Amanda, Jen, and Laura sit 

down knowing that they have a full 

night of dancing ahead. 




Alex is lucky to be escorted by 
these lovely ladies. 



Shackamaxon ^f ay 21, 2004 





Cassie and Julie pose in front of tbe 
pool before heading off to the prom. 




Pauline. AnnMarie, and Lisa look 
like they're up to something. 



Friday May 21, 2004 was 
a special day for juniors and seniors 
attending the prom. Students could 
not handle the suspense and were 
counting down the minutes until 
they could go home early and get 
ready. Time passed by slowly, but 
soon it would be time to leave 
school. The girls went off to get their 
hair and nails done, while the boys 
went off to pick up their tuxedos 
and corsages. 

A few hours later, students met 
at their friend's houses, took pic- 
tures and then headed off to the 
prom. The prom was held at the 
beautiful Shackamaxon Golf and 
Country Club. Senior Taylor Sabinsky 
said, "The Shackamaxon was beau- 
tiful and was a wonderful place to 
have prom." 

From the decorations to the 
music and the food, everything was 




Danny and Robby dress to 
impress their dates. 



perfect. "The Havana Nights theme 
was cute and the centerpieces fit 
right,'' commented Jessica Roland. 
Because everyone was having such 
a great time, the night went by really 
fast. Students danced all night long 
and soon prom would come to an 
end. One of the last songs of the 
night, "Time of My Life" from Dirty 
Dancing, fit right in with the theme. 
This song was more than appropri- 
ate; everyone did have the time of 
his or her lives. 

After prom ended, differ- 
ent groups headed off to different 
places. Some went down to the 
beach, some went into New York 
City to comedy clubs. wNle some 
students hung out with their friends 
locally. Whatever everyone did af- 
ter prom, they were sure to have a 
great time with their friends. 

~ Jacqueline Saul 



Introduction 



Mow I've had the time of my life 
Mo I never felt like this before 
Yes I swear it's the truth 
And I owe ft all to you 
' Cause I had the time of my life 
And I owe it all to you... f f 




Angela 
and her 
date 
pose for 
a memo- 
rable 
prom 
picture. 



AUYSON. JESSICA. JACKIE AND JACKIE ARE GLAD THAT THEY FIMALIY ARRIVED 
AT THE SHACKAMAXON CDDNTRY CLDR. 



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Scu I and Justme thinkTe7 
should have been prom King 
and Queen. 




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fllYSSA ARE READ 
PARTY! 




THESE GUYS SHOW OFF THEIR "SHANK STANCE". 



These students smile knowing that all their 

preparation for prom has finally paid off. 

Don't they look great? 



Introduction 



Fall Festival 



If you did not attend the Fall Festival, you missed out 
on a whole lot of fun and great music. The Fall Festival 
gave the students the opportunity to let loose and have 
a great time with fellow classmates. Jessica Girandola, 
a senior who attended the dance, said that she "enjoyed 
being with friends and had fun dancing to the music." 
Some of the different types of clothing people 
wore were dressy, while some dressed in casual cloth- 



Have a Nice Trip, 
See You Next Fall 



ing. However, some students dressed in costume, being 
that ithe dance fell on Halloween. 

Jessica said, "The clothes people should wear to an 
event like this should be casual or dressy. " Students 
should be comfortable in what they wear. 

Those who did not attend the Fall Festival surely 
missed out on the greatest event of the year. It was a hit 
this year, as it had been in the past. - Shannon Clark 



Right: These 

ladies are 

all ready 

for a great | 

night out. 



Far right: 

Although 

they are not 

wearing 

orange and 

blue tonight, 

Jarred and 

Jamie were 

still voted 

most school 

spirited. 







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Above: Homecoming Queen 

Marisu Bianco gets hugs 

from her loyal tans. 





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gullible to me. 



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Above: These two surely know how to 
dress to impress. 



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Left: Marisa and Jesse take the stage as Prom King and Qtk 



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Below: With their make-up perfect and their hair 
ght, Elisa, Alyssa, and Cassie are ready to 
'em dead at the Fall Festival. 



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Adam, "Most Likely to Save the World' 
, wonder which city they are going to save next. 



Left: These junior girls get ready for a 



dancing. 



Introduction 9 




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Top: Samantha and Boris 
stop to say 'cheese!' 

Above: The seniors are all 
smiles about winning! 

Below: Sophomore girls are 
anxious to see what their 
grade has won. 



Above: This 
group of friends 
will always be 
school spirited. 



Right: Matt and 

Elisa can tell you 

the seniors are 

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Above: These seniors show their school spirit by 
rockin' the 'Senioritis' t-shirts. 

Left: Angela, Bella, Danny. Genesis. Donald. 
AnnMarie and Lisa take a quick break from 
cheering to pose. 



CATCH A RIDE SOUTH OF THE BOARDER 



Wha t makes Dayton's parking lot so unique?. 
Is it the style of the cars? Is it the way some people 
park? Or is it the sound systems that make the 
pavement crack? 

What made Dave Tarullo's Civic different 
from any other car in the parking lot, aside from it 
being stolen, is that it sounded so mean. It could be 
heard coming from a mile away. Speaking of sound, 
Donald Cherry likes driving to school because "I 

can blast my music 
and make every one 
look." 

The cars in the 
parking lot are pretty 
normal, but what if 



you could drive any car to school for one day? For 
Mike Kronert, he would drive 1993 Toyota Supra 
Twin Turbo Targa Top because of its speed. There's 
speed and there's style. According to Joe Romano, "If 
you have a fast car, nobody will see it; but, if you have 
a car with style, you can drive easy." 

Is there anything else in store for these cars in 
the future? For Tommy Rufolo it's putting in a Roush 
Super Chip and Hooker Headers to make his Mus- 
tang complete. 

There are many cars in Dayton's parking lot, 
some fast and some good looking. But what it all 
comes down to is if it gets you where you want to go. 
~ Steve DeCoster 



Left: Tommy has the 
speed, but does he have 
the look? Yeah! 




Above: Does Genesis know 
she needs to be inside to 
drive the car? 
12 Introduction 



Saving for the Big Trip 



Jobs are an essential part of a teenager's life. 
From needing to pay for cell phones, to car insur- 
ance, to having money to keep up with latest styles, 
it seems nearly everyone at Dayton either has a job 
or is looking for one. 

"I got a job for the same reason most other 
teenagers seek employment: I needed money," 
said junior Stuart Maslow. It's the general consen- 
sus among students at Dayton that jobs are so high 
on the priority list because of the money. Varying 
from saving up for a car, to paying cell phone bills, 
or using it at their own leisures, all students have 
their own reasons for needing money, the leading 
motive to getting a job. Some of the most common 
places for money-making are Foodtown, Dunkin 
Donuts, Prima Pizza, Dominos, and New York 
Sports Club. 

Although many parents disagree with the 



long hours in fear their children may lose their 
focus, most student-workers don't mind. "It's not 
hard for me," senior Cassie Fishkin says about 
juggling an education and job at Precious Cargo in 
Livingston. "I usually work the weekends, and not 
so much during the week. It's not too bad." 

Most students enjoy their jobs, and learn 
from them, too. "It teaches us responsibility," said 
Danny Fernandez, a senior whose been working at 
Foodtown for about a year. He continued to say 
that having a job also gives young people the chance 
to experience working with all different kinds of 
people. Jobs open up teenagers to get a taste of the 
real world, even if for only a few hours behind a 
cash register or at the other end of a phone. 

As long as a teenager continues the need to 
pay for their small bills and keep up with latest 
trends and tend to their social life, jobs will always 
be held as a necessity for a maturing teenager. 
Students like to show economic independence from 
their parents, and will continue to do so as long as 
jobs are offered. The search for help ads, the asking 
of friends if their employers are hiring, and the 
applying to the stores with a "Help Wanted" sign in 
the window, will continue forever. ~ Justine Burke 





Above: Dan's going to get 
i price check on Vitaly. 



Right: Morgan excitedly 

greets the members of 

New York Sports Club. 



Contact your Travel Agent for the Local Hotspots 



Hangin ' out with (fiends is something very important to students 
here at Day fen . U father if s going to the movies, ping to the matt, or 
just "chlllhi'". it's always (un to just k with (rlcnds. Seme piaces where 
Dayton tfudenfi can be (eund include the Short Hilts Mad, movie 'ttieafea 
Dunkin Denufs, or even cruzin ' around en Rente 22. Senior Ally 
Traten/jcrg Mid, "My (ave rife place to hang out a the mad 'because it's dun 
tie p ping with (r lends and eating at the restaurants. " 

I( Dayton students have a car and a ficensc. then theij are quite 



f. I( 'students want to break awaij (rem Sprlng(ietd, towns like Short 

Hiits. Mlffburn, Summit and \{W(lcfd are (un ptkees to explore On a 

typical Friday or Saturday night senior Tayier Sabinsky prefers to 

drive around Millburn or go to a (oofbatl game " because thafS where 

aft her (riends are. 

Wheffter indoors or outdoors. Dayton students arc sure to have a blast. 
Senior Jackie Said explains. "F( its summer. I would rather he outside 
Secause die weather a really nice and warm out " 

Dayton students always have(un widi each edier just hangin ' out no 
matter where if is. However one thing is (or sure, f/iey will never (ergef 
times- spent with one another during their high school" years. - Lauren 




Above: It's party time for these 
senior girls. 



Above: Hanging out in 
Cold Stone Ice Cream is 

Above: r hese senior boys cherish the P£ ce to be . f ? r these 
one of their last moments Dayton girls. 



hanging out at Davton. 



14 Introduction 




16 Seniors 



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GEORGI 
ABRASHEV 



BEATRIZ 
AGUILAR 

"En un trozo de poesia ustedes 

son mi luz. mi bfen. el espacio 

donde. se afimenta mi fiel 

voluntad." 



ALYSSA 
ALPER 

"I'd rather regret doing 

something then regret not 

doing it at aO." 



MORGAN 
APPLEGATE 

"If you can make it through the 

night, tomorrow there's a 

brighter day." 







BRANDON 
BARON 

"I can't remember all the times I 

tried to tell myself to hold on to 

these moments as they pass." 



CHRISTOPHER 
BAUKNIGHT 

"Reach for the stars, for if you 

fall you'll still be on top of the 

world' 



CORY 
BERGER 

"There are two paths you can 

go by but in the long run there's 

still time to change the road 

you're on" 



JACLYN 
BERKOWITZ 

"I get by with a Ittle help from 
my friends." — JohnLennon 






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MARISA 
BIANCO 

"Wheresoever you go. go with 
all of your heart." -Confucius 

18 Seniors 



DANIELLE M. 
BOETTCHER 

"K you always do what you did. 

you would always get what 

you got" 



SADEEAH 
BUNCH 

"Hold fast to dreams for if 
dreams die. life is a broken- 
winged bird that can not fly." 
— Langston Hughes 



JUSTINE 
BURKE 

"There's a fine line between 

dreams and reality — it's up tc 

you to erase it." 





KYLE 
CANTON 

I "I've never been so alone, and 
I've never been so alive" 




SCOTT WILLIAM 
CHERTOFF 

"The real substance of life and 
work is a constant battle to 
jxcel. I am determined to win" 
—Tom Monaghan 




JAMES 
CAVALLARO 

"The only thing that comes to a 

sleeping man is dreams." 

— Mach'aveli 



DONALD E. 
CHERRY, JR. 

"AH in.calL" 





ALEJANDRO 
CHICOMA 

"If everything seems under 

control, you're just not going 

fast enough" 



GENEVIEVE 
CIULLO 

"You're on the ride you might as 
well open your own eyes." 





SHANNON 


ELISA 


JAMES 


CLARK 


COREY 


COTTAGE 


"A memory lasts forever. 

never does it die. 

true friends stay together. 

and never say goodbye" 


"Got a fast car. we can fly 

away, gotta make a decision, 

leave tonight or live and die 

this way." — T.C. 


"1 f 1 got a quarter for every time 

1 was awesome. 1 might go buy a 

bunch of Laffy Taffy" 



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What is your 

favorite Briechle 

quote? 

Follow the bouncing Briechle" 

- Anton Galibov 

"You Rabscallion." - Ayssa larossi 

"So I said to myself, self..." 

- Amanda DiCocco 

"Good lesson, bad lesson. I still get 
paid. God bless America" 

- Michael Tiss 

"Same Briech time, same Briech 
channel." - Mike Lawson 

"Take a break, dare I say a Briech." 
- Jacqueline Saul 

What cartoon 
character would 
you be and why? 

"Abo from Aladdin because no 
one reps like him" - Mike Kronert 

"Spongebob because he rocks 
my socks and is the funniest 
sponge" - Jessica G'randola 

"Captain Planet, he's our hero, 
and he's gonna take pollution 
down to zero!" - Joe Marra 

What is your fa- 
vorite high school 
memory? 

"Going to the Comedy Club on 
prom night." - Daniella Scheer 

"Performing in You Can t Take H 
With You" - Ayssa larossi 

"JSA trips to Philadelphia" - 
Steven Tettamanti 

"2004 Girls Basketball Team - 
Conference Champs!" 

- Amanda DiCocco 

"Beating Breartey in a county 
basketball game junior year on 
Valentine s Day." - M'chael Tiss 



Seniors 19 






GINGER M. 
CROSBY 

"Life moves pretty fast If you 

don't stop and look around once 

in a while, you could miss it" 

— Ferris Bueler 



DEANE 
DECOSTA 

"h the end. we will remember 
not the words of our enemies, 
but the silence of our friends." 



STEPHEN 
DECOSTER 

"You win some, you lose some, 
you can't win them afl." 



JON 
DENNING 

"If everything seems under 
control, you're just not going 
fast enough" -AAario Andretti 







AMANDA 
DICOCCO 

"Life passes most people by when 

they're busy making grand plans 

for it" — Blow 



PAULINE 
DIFABIO 

"Hope is a good thing, maybe the 

best of things, and no good 

thing ever dies." 

— Ardyfrjphrain 



KRISTEN 
DOUGHERTY 

"Delight yourself in the Lord 

and he will give you the desires 

of your heart" 

— Psz*ns37:4 



RACHEL 
DUSHKIN 

"Being grown up isn't half as fur 

as growing up. these are the 

best days of our lives." 

— TheAtaris 







BRANDON 
ELAM 



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MARC TAN 
ESGUERRA 

"Look always to the internal flow 

of time, which is far greater than 

the span of a human life" 



DANIEL 
FELNER 

"The real is rational and the 
rational is real." 



ANNA 
FERDMAN 

"Everyone is special and 
unique in their own way. 



20 Seniors 







DANNY 
FERNANDEZ 

here are no shortcuts to any 
place worth going." 



MICHAEL 
FERREIRA 



JESSE 
FISCHBEIN 

"Tomorrow is no place to place 
your better days," 



CASSANDRA P. 
FISHKIN 

"I want to get a voo-doo globe. 

make the earth spin really fast, and 

just freak everyone out" 







STACEY 
FONSECA 

Time passes much too quickly 
;</hen we're together laughing. 



LAURA 
FRAENKEL 

"It's b'me to trust my instincts. 

close my eyes and leap." — 

Wicked 



LISA 
FREDA 

"May the bridges I've burned light 
the way for the future." 



RAUL J. 
FURNAGUERA 

"There will come a b'me when 
you believe everything is 
finished. That will be the 

beginning" — Louis L Amour 





ANTON 
GALIBOV 

jou are the author of your own 
Rfe story" 



MARISA 
GALLANT 

"Life is a succession of lessons 
which must be lived to be 

understood" 
—Ralph Waldo Emerson 



JEFFREY 
GERSTENFELD 

"I want to thank those who 

helped me get this far and hope I 

can make them proud" 



LAUREN 
GINSBERG 

"When life gets you down, do you 

wanna know what you ve gotta do"? 

Just keep swimming.." 

—Dory from Finding Nemo 

Seniors 21 






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JESSICA 
GIRANDOLA 

It's not always ra'nbows and 

butterflies, it's compromise that 

moves us along." 

—Maroon 5 



LAUREN 
GOLDBERG 

"Every story has an end Qut in 

life, every ending is just a new 

beghning" 

-Uptown Girk 



JOSHUA D. 
GOLDMAN 

"The pen is mightier that the 

sword, and considerably easier 

to write with 

— Marty Feldman 



VERED 
GOLIN 

"He who trips over the same 
stone twice deserves to fad. 





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KELSEY CHANEL 
HANKS 

"Dream as if you'll live forever. 

live as if you'll die today." 

-James Dean 



ALYSON 
HELFAND 

"Eventually all the pieces faB 

together, so until then laugh at 

the confusion, and live in the 

moment." 



ALYSSA 
IAROSSI 

"Mo matter how your heart is 

grieving, if you keep on 

believing, a dream that you 

wish will come true." 



LENA 
JOHNSON 

"The price of anything is the 

amount of the Iff e you 

exchange for it 

-Henry D Thoreau 




DANIEL K. 
KAHOONEI 

"Appreciation is a wonderful thing: It 

makes what is excellent in others 

belong to us as well." 

— Voltaire 

22 Seniors 



DANIEL B. 
KAPLAN 

"A journey of a thousand miles 

must begin with a single step." 

— Lao-Tzu 



JENNIFER 
KARL 

"The future belongs to those 

who believe in the beauty of 

their dreams." 



BRADLEY 
KASTON 

"It's true that hard work never 

killed anybody, but I figure, why 

take the chance?" 

—Ronald Reagan 







MICHAEL 
KRONERT 

Live life as best as you can." 



GREGORY 
KUSEL 

Garbage day is a very 
dangerous day." 



MICHAEL 
LAWSON 

'love the life you live, lead the 
life you love" 



ELINA 
LAZICH 

"The greater the obstacle, the 
more joy in overcoming it* 





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PAUL 
LEOKUMOVICH 

Emancipate yourselves from 

mental slavery: none but 

xjrselves can free our minds." 

— Bob Martey 



CHRISTINA 
LESHKO 

"What we want most 

to be we are" 

—Robert Louis Stevenson 



ANNMARIE 
LICATESE 

"A whole new world, that's where 

we'll be. A chilling place, a 

wondrous place, for you and me." 

—Aladdin 



ZACK 
LINKS 

"You can only be young once. 

Qut you can always be 

immature" 

— DaveQarry 







VIVIANA 
MACIEL 

jSeing mature doesn't mean acting 

lour age: it means being comfort- 

bie with who you are. while acting 

any age"— KPV 



ROBERT 
MAISANO 



STEVEN 
MANDEL 

"Don't sweat the petty things and 

don't pet anything sweaty." 

- George Carlin 



COURTNEY 
MANDERS 

"Never regret anything you did 

because at one point it was all 

you ever wanted" 

Seniors 23 






MICHAEL ANTONIO 
MANNARINO 

"Live every day as if it was your 
last because one day it will be." 



JOSEPH 
MARRA 

"The months, they don't matter. 

it's the days I can t take. When 

hours move to minutes and I'm 

seconds away 



MICHAEL 
MASON 




CHY'NAH 
MCKAY 

"We cannot become what wi 

need to be by remaining wha 

we are" 







KENA E. 
MENA 

"For wisdom is better than rubies 

and aO desirable things cannot 

be compared with her." — 

Proverb 8:11 



KIMBERLY 
MENDOZA 

"Happy is what happens when all 

your dreams come true." 

-Wicked 



AMANDA 
MIDDLEBERG 

"Change is never easy. You fight 

to hold on. You fight to let go" — 

The Wonder Years 



KRISHNA M. 
MITJANS 

"Have faith in your dreams ar 

someday your ra'nbow will cc 

smiling through" 







JUSTIN 
MOLINARI 

"I have seen the top of the 
mountain, and it is good 
-Butthead 
24 Seniors 



SHAUN 
NELSON 

"H we don't change, we don't 

grow. If we don't grow, we 

aren't really living" 



JORDAN LOUIS 
ODETTE 

"Being truthful to everyone 

around you means being 

truthful to yourself." 



ANDRE 
PARKER 



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to know 
what you ^^L^ 

think! A> 



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Where do you see 

yourself in 10 
years from now? 

^Hopefully on a Broadway stage in 
M.Y.C" - Laura Fraenkel 

i "In a mirror." - Jesse Fischbein 

"I see myself getting married and 
maybe starting a family." 

- Shannon CJark 

"Mad rick" - Ryan Russikoff 

"Celebrating the IO year 

anniversary of answering this 

question" 

- Justin /V\olinari 

I hope to be surrounded by those 

I love and employed in the job of 

a lifetime." - Jaclyn Salant 

"Married with a job and child..and 
happy!" - Beatriz Aguilar 

"Hopefully successful in anything I 
choose to do." - Sadeeah Bunch 

If you could spend 
a day in anyone 

else's shoes, 
whose would they 

be and why? 

"Jennifer Aniston. At least I'd 

I have a once in a lifetime chance 

with Brad Pitt- can't go wrong. 

right?" - Ann Marie Licatese 

Ferris Bueller. What an awesome 
day that kid had." - James Cottage 

Dr. Serson's. I would want to see 
A/hat it's like to run a school. But I 
don't think they'll fit." - Kena Mena 

'Donald Cherry. Then I would 
appreciate my own life a lot more." 

- Justin Molinari 

"Kinder. He has it made." 
- Rob Shabat 

"Kinder. I love coffee." 

- Ginger Crosby 

"Mike Tiss. He gets all the lades." 
- Jeffrey Gerstenfeld 

Big foot because he has no 
shoes." - Marc Esguerra 

"A Major League umpire." 

- Jarred Weiss 






SAGAR 
PATEL 



VITALIY 
PATSAY 

"Everything I say is the truth. Even 



JESSICA 
PEREZ 



when I lie 



Scarface 






ALEXANDER 
PEYSER 

"Life moves pretty fast If you 

don't stop and look around once 

in a while, you could miss it" 



ASHLEY 
PHANOR 

"Fear less, hope more. 

Talk less, say more. 

Mate less, love more. 

And all good things are yours." 



BORIS 
PIVTORAK 

"A man's worth is no greater 

than his ambitions." 

-Marcus Aurelius 





DARA 
POLTROCK 

I go in this way..and I'll find my 

own way out 
— Dave Matthew's Band 



THOMAS 
REVERCHON 



CAROL 
RODRIGUEZ 

"Turns out not where you are. 

but who you're with that really 

matters." 

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JESSICA 
ROLAND 

"I think the thing to do is to 

enjoy the ride while you re on it." 

—Johnny Depp 



JOE 
ROMANO 

"The world is yours." 



ANGELA 
ROMEO 

"You give but little when you give of 

your possessions. It is when you g've 

of yourself that you truly giva" 



MARLA BETH 
ROSENFELD 

"life consists not in holding 

good cards but in playing those 

you hold wei." 







ADAM MICAH 
ROSS 

"It is not only that you have a 

great mind. The main thing is 

that you use it" 

—Rene Descartes 



DANIELLE LEAH 
ROSS 

"No one can make you feel 

inferior without your consent" — 

Eleanor Roosevelt 



THOMAS 
RUFOLO 

"Life is a lesson you learn it when 
you're through." -T Ruffs 



RYAN M. 
RUSSIKOFF 

"Time only seems to matter when 
Its running out" 






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JAIME 
RUTKOWSKJ 

Set your goals high, and don't 
stop till you get there" 

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TAYLOR 
SABINSKY 

"Life is too important to take 
seriously" — Corky Siegel 



JACLYN 
SALANT 

Many people will walk in and out of 

your life, but only true friends will 

leave footprints in your heart" — 

Anonymous 



MARIE 
SAMSON 

"And if I'm flying sob. at least I'm 
flurig free." — Wicked 







ADRIAN 
SAPORTA 

Give me strength to accept the 
| unchangeable, will to modify what 
can be changed, and wisdom to 
differentiate between the two." 



MATT 
SAUERHOFF 

"The shackles of society have 

only delayed the inevitable" 

J'm free! 



JACQUELINE 
SAUL 

"These are the times to remem- 
ber because they will not last 
forever." —Billy Joel 



DANIELLA 
SCHEER 

"The greatest thing you'll ever 

learn is just to love and be 

loved in return." 







JULIE 
SCHNEIER 

i Good, better, best: never let it 
est until your good is better and 
your better is best." 



LINDSAY 
SCHUCKMAN 

"A bend in the road is not the 

end of the road unless you fail 

to make the turn 



BLAIR 
SCHULMAN 



DEREK 
SEIGEL 

"A weak man has doubts before a 
decision, a strong man has them 

afterwards." 

—Karl Klaus 







ROBERT 
SHABAT 

Turns out not where but who 

you're with that really matters." 

-Dave Matthews 



ADAM 
SHAI 

"The only emperor is the emperor 
of ice cream." 



ADAM 
SHERMAN 

"Success is a journey, not a 
destination." 



ALEX 
SORIANO 

_but even through your doubtc 



we 



will still be here~ 
— Lost Prophets 

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ASHLEY M. JOCELYN 
STILWELL 

"Your good-byes go on forever 

and with all that we may cay: till 

tomorrow comes we'll dream of 

yesterday" 




DOMINIC 
TELYMONDE 

"No enterprise is more likely to 

succeed than one concealed from 

the enemy until it is ripe for 

execution." — Mach'aveDi 




ALLYSON 
TRATENBERG 

"All we have to decide is what to 

do with the time that is given to 

us." — Tokien 

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DAVE 
TARULLO 

"The entree isn't good unless 
you got something on the side." 



ALAN 
TAUMAN 

"Absence makes the heart 
grow fonder, so get lost" 



BRIAN 
TAVIS 

"Things can't be perfect all the 

time, that I know. Sometimes 

we just need to let some things 

go" —Armor for Sleep 






STEVE 
TETTAMANTI II 

"Friendship isn't something you learn 

in school, but if you haven't learned 

the meaning of friendship you 

haven't learned anyth'ng." 



MICHAEL 
TISS 

"Champions never complain, they 
are too busy getting better." 



CATHRYN 
TITLE 

"We know what we are but 

know not what we may be. 

—Shakespeare 





GENESIS 
VASQUEZ 

"Dance like no one's watching. 

sing like no one's listening, love 

like you ve never hurt, live like 

there's no tomorrow." 



BELLA 
VAX 

The choices we make today 
affect the outcome of tomor- 
row. Choose carefully, as you can 
never go back to yesterday 



JESSE 
WEATHERSTON 

"The more sand has escaped from 

the hour glass of our life, the 

clearer we should see through it. 

— Mccoto AAacHaveOi 






SHIRA 
WEINSTEIN 

"We end up regretting the 

things we don't try" 

—something corporate 



JAIME 
WEISMAN 

"You never really leave a person 

or place you love. You take a 

little of them with you and leave 

a little of yourself behind." 



JACQUELINE S. 
WEISS 

"And now whatever way our 

stories end. I know you have 

rewritten mine by being my friend.' 

-Wicked 





JARRED 
WEISS 

"You have to perform at a 

consistently higher level than 

others. That's a mark of a true 

professional" —Joe Patemo 



ABBY 
WILKENFELD 

"The future belongs to those 

who believe in the beauty of 

their dreams." 

— Qeanor Roosevelt 



MIDHUNA 
WILLIAM 

"No task in front of you is greater 

than the strength of god within 

you to accomplish it" 






MEAGAN 
WING 

"The best and most beautiful 

things in the world cannot be 

seen, nor touchecLbut are felt 

in the heart." -Helen Kefler 



GEORGE 
ZAFIROMITSOS 

"If you're scared to die. you're 
scared to live." 



CRISTIN 
ZAVOCKI 

"Some people dream of accom- 
plishments while others stay 
awake and achieve them" 



SE IOR 

We want to know 
what you think! 



If you had to 
choose one class- 
room to stay in for 
24 hours, which 
one would it be 
and why? 

"Id stay in VanHart's room 
because he has a huge stash of 
mixed nuts." - Adrian Saporta 

"Mr. As room because there is a 
couch and it's big" 

- Carol Rodriguez 

"I would stay in Mr. Gula s 
classroom so that I could learn all 
of the bird calls." - Marisa Gallant 

"Mrs. Carey's room I will never go 
hungry." - DeAne DeCosta 

"Mrs. Delikaris's room because I 

could draw all day and she's a killer 

teacher!" - Jordan Odette 

"Schlesh's room because she 

always has the most dramatic kids 

in class." - Daniella Scheer 

"Library...because of the air 
conditioner" - Steve DeCoster 

"Sym..because I love sports!" 

- Anton Galibov 

The office because I m always in 
there..and I like Mrs. LoSchiavo." 

- Matt Sauerhoff 

"Hopefully I won't ever need to 
make that decision." 

- James Cottage 

"The choir room: despite the 

inconsistent temperature, it's got 

an awesome couch 

- Justine Burke 

Miss Schlesinger s room because 

she s outgoing and funny and she 

makes class fun to be in." 

- Lauren Goldberg 

"VanHart's room! I love comput- 
ers!" - Steve Tettamanti 

"English with Mr.Byme...he s funny!" 

- Chy'nah McKay 



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SENIORS 



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NELLY KUCHER 

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Leave Room in your Suitcase for Friends 



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All of JDHS's students are special in their own way... 



Some unique seniors are highlighted here! 



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Whether in New 
York, London, 
Paris, or Milan, 
lex Peyser and 
clyn Berkowitz 
ill always be 
orld class 
essers. 




Best looking 

Even a nine-hour flight to Hawaii 
wouldn't effect Danny Kahoonei 
and Krishna Mitjans' good looks. 



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Do you think that Jaime Weisman, Jaclyn Salant, and 

Stacey Fonseca would be able to convince an airline 

that they only had to pay one fare? 



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Petsonality 

a flight delay wouldn't put 



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Julie Schneier and Ryan Russikoff 

would be considered cute on every 

continent. 




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>sf Gullibl 

Laura Fraenkel and Michael 

Lawson thought that this award 

came with a free trip around the 

world. 



Nicest Eyes 



Together, Amanda Middleberg and 

Dominic Telymonde's eyes could 

light up the New York skyline. 





Tripping over the borders are not 
unlikely for Dara Poltrock and 
Jeffrey Gerstenfeld. 



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Some unique seniors are highlighted here! 



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Artistic 

Picasso was nothing 

compared to Mikp 

Ferreira and Jacly 

Berkowitz. 





Class flirt 



uj/ Elisa Corey and Dominic 
Telymonde could make friends in 
any country. 




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Jarred Weiss and Jaime Rutkowski are not 
afraid to sport their country's colors. 











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Barnum and Bailey cannot co 



36 Seniors 



Dan Kaplan and Vered Golin 
refuse to go through customs. 





Mast Talkative (\ 



Lauren Ginsberg and 

Robby Shabat are up for a 

chat in any language! 






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Class Actor/ Actress 

Matt Sauerhoff and Daniella Scheer's 
hand imprints are sure to be seen on 
the Hollywood walk of fame. 




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Morgan Applegate and Andre Parker 
seem to have missed their flight to the 
Bahamas, but don't seem to care. They 
know they'll get there eventually. 



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Most Changed iinc 
freshman Yeat 

Alyssa Alper and Brad Kaston 

have changed so much that they 

need new passports. 






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Most Contagious laugh 

Robby Shabat and Rachel Dushkin could even 
make the English guards chuckle. 



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gj) Mosf Likely to Succeed 

^^ Adam Sherman and Marisa Gallant will not onl 
travel the world, but will become our next foreij 



38 Seniors 



Mike Tiss and Cristin Zavocki 

are sure to be found at the 2008 

Olympics. 



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world-class performers. 






Most likely to Save 
the World 

years to come, Adam Ross and Marie 
ison could be found in the peace 
; helping others around the w< 



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Nicest Smile 



Daniella Scheer and Derek Seigel's 

smiles could be seen from the top of 

Mount Everest. 






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Student Life 41 






We no \ta\\an Cuieme, but it Sura 3eate Airplane food 



It is the shortest period of the day, but 
also the most relaxing. Lunchtime is 
when all the grades come to the cafete- 
ria to eat and catch up with friends. 

The lunchroom provides all kinds 
of food, from chicken, pizza, and soup, 
to desserts such as cookies and candy. 
Although the lunch line is always long 
and crowded, students will still wait 
because they want Jonathan Dayton's 
good food, especially the french fries. 
"I have to rush from my sixth period 



class to avoid the crowd," Carlo Free- 
man says. 

Aside from eating, students 
catch up on homework assignments 
they did not do the night before. 
Some students feel doing homework 
in lunch is easier than at home. 
Carlo Freeman says, "I sometimes do 
my history homework in lunch." 

Even though lunch is only thirty 
minutes long, everybody agrees it is 
the best period of the day. 
- Christopher Bauknight 




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Above: Lauren, Taylor, and 

Jessica sport their sweatshirts in 

the cafeteria. 

Above: These juniors sure know 

how to "lean on" eachother at 

lunch. 



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Riglit: This group of students show off their style at lunch. 



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42 Student Life 




Why do we use lockers? Some use it as their 
own private space for their belongings and 
books, while others either don't even know 
they have a locker, or don't want to use it 
because it gets jammed. In Tommy Ruf olo's 
casej he relies on his locker because he has his 
"own Foodtown" in there- "Since I have to wait 
six periods for lunch, I might as well eat in 
between classes-" 

Those who don't use their locker as a refrig- 
erator stand by them between classes to 
socialize with other students- Donald Cherry, 
one of the biggest socialized, says, "I like 
being in the hallway talking to my friends near 
their lockers or mine." Everyone has 
to just hangout at their locker some- 
time in their high school career. 

Lockers are very useful to an ev- 
eryday Jonathan Dayton high School 
student. They either can be used for 
food, books, or other school related 
items, but most of all they're they 
best place to catch up with friends- 
~ Mike Kronert 



Left: 

Amanda 
and Tavis 
trying to 
prove that 
they use 
their 
locker's. 




Left: Matt is 
doing what 
he always 
does, not 
going to 

C Kiss. 



Left: The 
halls are 
so 

crowded, 
these two 
can't even 
get to 
their 
lockers. 





Above: Mike tries hitting 

on the girls in the hallway. 

ACCESS DENIED! 




Left: Jessica, 
your not 
going to be 
able to open 
your locker 
with your 
knee 
pressed 
against it 
like that! 



Student Life 43 



Style & Fashion 



Destination: Rodeo Drive 



Style and fashion are very important in teenager's 
lives. Numerous styles are seen at Dayton everyday while 
walking through the halls, ranging from elaborate clothing 
to simple vintage clothing. 

Students look to actors and actresses for the new 
style. Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen have great fashion 
sense. The twins' big sunglasses and pearls are fashion- 
able and unique. Mary Kate and Ashley have "by far the 
best style because they can pull off just about anything and 
they are trendsetters," said sophomore Dori Strober. Mischa 
Barton is another trendsetter because she is young yet 
dresses in a sophisticated, but stylish manner. 

Wet Seal, Urban Outfitters, and Hollister are some 
of Dayton students' favorite places to shop to imitate their 
favorite actors' and ac- 
These 




stores carry comfortable and original clothes 
that students can afford without having to 
splurge their entire paycheck for a pair of pants. 
Last year's color in style and fashion was pink. 
worn by both males and females. This year, 
pink is still in style, but orange has become one of the new 
very stylish colors as well. From shoes to sweats, someone 
can always be spot wearing orange. This bright color as 
well as many other colors can be seen in accessories as well. 
Chandelier earrings are a new fad this year. The dan- 
gling earrings come in many colors and sizes. Even though 
accessories are not a necessity to complete an outfit, "these 
earrings add fun and style to one," said Nicole Waknine. 
Blazers are also very big with girls at Dayton. Some ma\ 
think blazers are too fancy, but others think they are 
extremely trendy and look great with a pair of jeans. 
Another huge trend at Dayton is the Livestrong bracelets. 
Almost every student can be seen wearing these bright 
yellow bracelets to support cancer research. Along with 
these stylish accessories, moccasins are stylish too. 
They are different from any other shoe and very 
comfortable, which is always a plus. 
The new styles at Dayton this year are very popular 
and trendy. Being that new fashions don't last that 
long, let's see if this year's fads last until next year! 
~ Danielle Shai 




Above left. Steve tells Julie 
that wearing sunglasses 
inside is the latest trend. 

Above: These three juniors 
are some of the most 
stylish in their class. 

Right Dori and Nicole 

always look great wearing 

the latest trends. 



Left: Alex and Mike 
show off their typical 
high school clothing 
and spice it up with 
their own style. 



44 Student Life 





Right These six 

wrists are of the 

many in JDHS 

sporting yellow 

Livestrongs and pink 

breast cancer 

bracelets. 



People Come from All Over for 
our Monster Bash 



The students at Jonathan Dayton High School have 
always celebrated Halloween as best as they can. However 

I many students think that Dayton could be more enthusiastic 
about Halloween. Junior Laryssa Lukiw says. "I think that they 
could do more things for Halloween. I don't think it was a good 
idea when they took away the haunted house because I think 
that a lot of people would go to it" 

Carina Silva says that her favorite part of Halloween is 
dressing up and getting to see everyone's creative ideas. 
Sometimes people prefer to dress up in groups and others prefer 
to dress up by themselves. Elizabeth Rodriguez says. "I like to 
dress up with my girlfriends, so that if we get made fun of it's all 

pf us and not just me." 

Besides dressing up. trick or treating and getting tons 

i of candy is definitely one of the best parts of Halloween. Many of 
the students at Dayton feel that it is still exciting to dress up and 



go trick or treating even though they are older. Junior Elizabeth 
Rodriguez says. "Trick or treating is still fun because I love going 
home and being able to eat all of the candy!" There are many 
different types of candy out there, but senior Cassie Fishkin says 
that AAilkyway's are her favorite candy because she "loves the 
chocolate and caramel combination." 

Halloween does not just consist of getting candy and 
dressing up. Halloween night is when all the theories of ghosts, 
goblins, and witches come into play. Although there are many 
superstitions out there, junior Kerri Griffin does "thirk that there 
are ghosts persay." but she thinks that "our mind plays tricks on 
us making us believe what we want to believe." 

Halloween is not always everyone's favorite holiday, but 
senior AAeagan Wing says that it is the most creative holiday. 
Halloween is the holiday that we get to find out how creative 
people can really get " Stephanie Luciano 



Far Left: These two fresh- 
men girls enjoy their first 
Halloween at Dayton. 

Left: Any girl would fake 
drowning to be saved by 
these hot lifeguards. 

Below: Cowboy Paul is happy to 
be surrounded by these cowgirls. 




Far left: These devil's are 
so hot they're burning! 



Left: Miss 
Schlesinger's 
freshman class 
decides to dress up 
for the day. 



Far left: These 
girls wish there 
was a girls 
football team at 
Dayton! 



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Juniors 



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to stay 

awake. 





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Stephanie Abadia 

likhail Abdurakhmanova 

Lauren Alford 

Danielle Annunziata 

Paul Belliveau 

Michael Bilotti 

Alex Blum 

Dalila Boclin 

Melissa Bookbinder 

Karla Burrill 

Yakentha Cadet 

ChristopherChin 

Linda Cinicolo 

Daniel Cohen 

York Cook 
AnnmarieCorcione 
Nicole Corigliano 
Monica Cox 
Alek Crenshaw 
Anna D'Achille 
Joseph Daleo 

Emily Jean Delguidice 

Jacob Delmauro 

Nicholas Delviscovo 

Nicole Diament 

Lisa DiProfio 

Craig Dotoli 

Catherine Dymek 

Yasmin Edwards Glass 

Robert David Efrus 

Jeffrey Feder 

Sara Feld 

Nelson Ferreira 

William J. Floyd 

Carlo Freeman 














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50 Underclassmen 



Class of 2006 




Joseph Furnaguera 
Alex Galibov 
Jesse Galinkin 
Meghan Gardner 
Shaina Goldberg 
Alex Gorelik 
Benjamin Green 



Alexander Gray 
Kerri Griffin 
Melissa Guida 
Fideliya Gulchina 
liana Gutman 
Angie Heiba 
Neil Hinkes 

Adam Hirst 
Lisa Horowitz 
Rita Huber 
Maria Inneo 
Michelle Itidiare 
Jaclyn Janowski 
Giovana Jimenez 



Zachary Kaston 
Richard Kolovyansky 
Lyndsey Krumholz 
Benjamin Krupit 
Jillian Kuzma 
Michael Kuzma 
Ryan Lantier 

Jaclyn Laurencelle 
Michael Levitz 
Michael Levy 
Catherine Loschiavo 
Stephanie Luciano 
Laryssa Lukiw 
Jaliyl Lynn 

Catherine Macdonne 
Daniel Margaca 
Andrew Marks 
Stuart Maslow 
Joseph Mattiace 
Christopher Mattice 
Jared Model 

Kaliff Mohamad 
Gina Molinaro 
Alissa Montouri 
Alexia Moriello 
Lam Nguyen 
Julie Nittolo 
Edwin Ocampo 

Ashley O'Connor 
Justin O'Connor 
Romina Okseniuk 
RaquelOliveira 
Lindsay Orenstein 
Joseph Palitto 
Avery Pangalangan 




Underclassmen 51 



Juniors 



Marco Pannella 

Nicholas Paolino 

Matthew Parman 

Julie Pencinger 

Andrea Perez 

Marisa Proto 

Adrian Quinn 

Bianca Rhodes 

Michelle Rittweger 

Amanda Rodriguez 

Elizabeth Rodriguez 

Rachel Rothspan 

John Carl Ruzol 

Katherine Sanchez 

Jennifer Santucci 

Inga Schwartz 

Robert Shippey 

Carina Silva 

Zachary Silverman 

Erica Sperber 

Jamie Stauhs 

Gregg Stefanell 

Alan Steinberg 

Brandon Stern-Charles 

Kathryn Stigliano 

Michael Stromeyer 

Sarah Suffir 

DmytroTereshchuk 



ChristopherTond 

Pablo Torres 

TamirTuvel 

Zachary Vandermeiren 

Frederic Vilasco 

Katelyn Viverito 

Michael Wallach 



Camera Shy 

Jahlil Ballard 
Samantha Boettcher 

James Brown 

Kamil Ciesluk 
Zenas Hamilton 

Jeffrey Lewis 
Bryana Maloney 

Jonthan Price 

Stephanie Santos 

Chris Thekkan 

Cornel Wolfe 

Allen Yanow 



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Above: Senior Joe Marra doesn't want to leave his 
junior friend, Stu Maslow, behind after he graduates. 

Right: Juniors Melissa Bookbinder 

and Deliya Gulchina are excited to 

have just been inducted into the 

National Honor Society. 




1. "Help! I cannot stop 
laughing!" 

2. Junior Stephanie 
Abadia chills out in class 
with Senior Vered Golin. 

3. Zach's not sure what 
exactly is going on in 
class. 

4. Zac insists on showing 
his friends how well he 
dances. 

5. Dalila ponders the 
meaning of life. 




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Anthony Abbate 

Nora Abdelaziz 

Lauren Adler 

Jesse Alava 

Laura Alonso 

Rebecca Alper 

Joshua Aron 

Carly Athan 

David Bao 

Eden Beinhert 

Noam Beinhert 

Jonathan Beri 

Tali Beri 

Mary Beth Blicharz 

Courtney Brahm 

Omar Breton 

Markiea Bryant 

Matthew Byk 

Orlando Calvo 

Michele Capece 

Jason Cappa 



Alyssa Cariani 

Jose Carrillo 

Melanie Carvalho 

Ryan Ciasulli 

Sarah Coan 

Janis Cohen 

Jodie Cottage 



Rose Crosby 

Laura Dauser 

Sharon David 

Steven Decter 

Joseph Degrazio 

Cynthia Del Aguila 

Uttaraa Diwan 




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Class of 2007 




— _ — 



Allison Dmiszewicki 
Tiffany Dodson 
David Dougherty 
Eric Dubeau 
Michael Dubiel 
Eric Dworkin 
Jacqueline Estrin 

Pablo Falcon 
Christopher Farinhas 
Jessica Fiorelli 
Alexander Fish 
Noah Friedman 
Lisa Genovese 
Andrew Ghilino 



Brandon Gincel 
Jeffrey Gordon 
Mariana Gorn 
Joseph Griscti 
Elliot Grossman 
James Guarino 
Lauren Haliczer 

Justin Herrel 
Akeama Hill 
Ted Hopkins 
Safiyyah Howell 
Sarah Hurwitz 
Natalie larossi 
Christina Imbriano 



Janine Kahoonei 
Igor Kaplunov 
Alyssa Karl 
Samantha Kennedy 
Henry Keppler 
Igor Khrunichev 
Brendan Leu 

Ashley Little 
Lucy Liu 

Giovanna Lorenzo 
Ashley Maas 
John Mannarino 
Zachary Marshall 
Elena Martinez 

Kathryn Marx 
Kelsey Mason 
Edward Mclaughlin 
David Mendes 
Michael Miranda 
Andres Mosquera 
Adam Moss 

Christopher Muckle 
Armondo Mustica 
Seth Nadel 
Lisa Nemiroff 
Anthony Nieto 
Megan Oshea 
Christopher Ostenfeld 






Underclassmen 57 



Sophomores 




Julie Palermo 

Nicole Papazaglou 

Noah Peyser 

Thanh Pham 

Benjamin Preston 

Brittany Quest 

Ananda Ravelo 

AriannaReuven 
Evan Ring 
Rafanny Rodriguez 
Robert Rogers 
Rose Romano 
Haley Rottenberg 
Ryan Sabinsky 

Andie Sablosky 

Bryan Samson 

David Sauerhoff 

Allison Schachtel 

Brooke Schuckman 

Michael Schwartz 

Adam Schwartzberg 

Kyle Seeley 

Daniel Shabat 

Danielle Shai 

Anish Sharma 

David Shewitz 

DanaShliechkorn 

Sharon Shliechkorn 

Ercan Sidar 

John Solowinski 

Stacey Sommer 

Stephanie Spada 

William Spady 

Gregory Stanziale 

Matthew Steiner 



Dori Strober 

Allison Szczepanski 

Natalie Tashlitsky 

Andrew Tettamanti 

Diana Torzewski 

Kathleen Turcott 

Valarie Upton 

Jason Usdin 
Hannah Vandermeiren 
Jem Vigilante 
Nicole Waknine 
Michael Warman 
Sandi Wilkenfeld 
Meryl William 



Lucas A Wolf 
NinaYannazzone 
Nurit Zabludovsky 
David Zaitz 




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Andrey Balandin 

Alexander Chernovetsky 

James Grant 

Jamir Hugee-Ballard 

Christopher Kurzman 

Sarina Milito 

Francesa Proto 

Christopher Seto 




Underclassmen 59 




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Freshmen 





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Karina Adamskaya 

Andrew Agranovich 

Terese Alfano 

Brittany Alford 

Boris Analuisa 

Daniel Aron 

Melissa Bace 

Samantha Bell 

Seth Benzell 

Carrie Ann Bertschy 

John Bibbo 

Amateo Bido 

Lucas Beibelberg 

Matthew Butler 

Mark Byk 

Assunta Cacciatore 

Francesco Caldora 

Ervin Cani 

Fiona Cani 

Luis Carillo 

Samantha Casale 

Justin Chiu 

Carissa Clark 

Scott Cohen 

Nicollete Cozzi 

Stephanie Cruz 

Erin Cunningham 

Natalie D'Amore 

Solmarie Diaz 

Daniel DiCocco 

Matthew DiProfio 

Justin Dotoli 

Sean Eadie 

Nicholas Fiorenza 

Max Fishkin 







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Class of 2008 




Adam Frank 
Taryn Fromer 
Jorge Gamboa 
Amy Gardner 
Catelin Gearity 
Anthony George 
Kenneth Glennon 

Scott Goldfarb 
Ashley Gomes 
Dasia Gorbea 
Mario Grant 
Lauren Guida 
Dana Hauffe 
Sasha Hernandez 

ChristopherHillyer 

Steven Hillyer 
Jeffrey Horowitz 
Robin Horowitz 
Tracy Horowitz 
Vincent Inneo 
Michael Irene 

Melissa Itidiare 
Megan Izzo 
Cal Johnson 
Kylie Karp 
Stephenie Keppler 
Haley Kornspan 
Margot Kotler 

Veronica Kozlov 
Robert Krebner 
Jessica Lakritz 
Michelle Leokumovich 
Eliav Levy 
Joel Loeshelle 
Matthew Loffa 

Anthony Lopez 
Liliya Magid 
Amanda Majewski 
Tyrone Maye 
Kyle Mitchell 
Michael Mitjans 
Lisa Mlynarski 

Agnetta Montes De Oca 
Danielle Montesano 
Alex Neubauer 
Jonathan Nunez 
Brittany Ortman 
Matthew Osit 
Rena Ostry 

DeboraPereira 
Henselie Porquin 
Joseph Pulice 
Caitlin Quagliato 
Jessica Reino 
Scott Reyes 
Jaclyn Ricci 



Underclassmen 63 



Freshmen 



Chelsea Richberg 

Erin Rittweger 

Balbiany Rodriguez 

Anthony Romeo 

Andrew Rosenfeld 

Justin Russikoff 

Justin Gale Ruzol 

Ron-Roscoe Sabale 

Alexander Sanchez 

Peter Sandler 

Daniel Sauerhoft 

Melissa Saul 

Jennifer Seale 

Alex Silverman 

Brian Smith 

Nathaniel Sobel 

Barbara Soto 

Erica Spada 

Nicolette Stauhs 

David Steinman 

Charline Tetiyevsky 

Lisa Thekkan 

Roxanne Tourkay 

Elon Trager 

Katherine Venezia 

Caitlin Wade 

Corinne Waknine 

Melanie Wang 

Jacob Weerasinghe 

Aaron Weinbaum 

Daniel Weinstein 

Jay Williams 

Justin Wolf 

Carly Wolkoff 

Stephen Wortman 

Katherine Ziering 
Benjamin Zweiman 



Camera Shy 

Astrid Alberti 

Kaitlyn Baker 

Jamie Goldblat 

Melissa Mattiace 

Tanya Mesh 

Armani Saintil 

Samantha Steinberg 

Thomas Walsh 



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1. David raises his hand 
because he's sure. 

2. The crowd waits for this 
fun-loving freshman to 
entertain them with some 
of his hot moves. 

3. Jorge pretends to know 
what's going on in class. 

4. Andrew doubts that 
Chelsea really knows the 
answer. 

5. Steven is up to no 
good... just look at that 
smirk! 



Michelle and Cate are inseparable. 




Amanda and Cal LOVE English! 



Underclassmen 65 




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Mr. Michael Davino, Superintendent of Schools 

Mrs. Hillary Corburn, Assistant 

Superintendent of Schools 

Mrs. Ellyn Atherton, Director of Human Resources 

Mr. Matthew Clarke, School Business 

Administrator/Board Secretary 

Dr. Charles Serson, Principal, Supervisor of 

Tech. Ed. & World Languages 



Mr. Michael LoRicco, Assistant Principal 

/Athletic Director 

Mrs. Allison Ahrens, Supervisor of Guidance 

Mrs. Laurie Scott-Jonach, Supervisor 

of Social Studies 

Mr. Thomas Gula, Supervisor of Science 

Mr. Kenneth Seggese, Supervisor of English 



Ms. Leslie Vaccarino, Supervisor of Special Services 

Ms. Daryl Winland, Supervisor of Mathematics 

Mr. Irwin Sablosky, Board President 

Mrs. Patricia Venezia, Board Vice President 

Mrs. Linda Duke, BOE 



Mr. Stephen Fischbein, BOE 

Mr. Hugh Keffer, BOE 

Mr. Keith Kurzner, BOE 

Mrs. Judith Millman, BOE 

Mr. Scott Samansky, BOE 




Mrs. Jacqueline Shanes, BOE 



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Ms. Erica Motto, 

Supervisor of Testing/ 
Academic Intervention 



Mr. Peter Falzarano, 

Supervisor of Physical 
Education & Health 



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John Campbell, Social Worker 

Scott Keele, Media Specialist 

Alice Lightdale, Guidance 

Debbie LoSchiavo, Vice Principal's Secretary 

Amy Metcalf, Athletic Trainer 

Jennifer Mortensen, Science 

Bobby Pollack, LDTC -Special Services 

Daniel Russo, Social Studies 

Scott Shallcross, English 




Frank Addvensky, TV Production 
Linda Axelrad. Spanish 
Mandee Bcllarosa, Social Studies 
Tanya Boehme. Vocal Music 
Sylvia Borne, Math Science 
Susan Brccn, English 



Richard Briechle, Social Studies 

William Byrne. English 

Betsey Carey, Family & Consumer Ed. 

Mary Cokeing, Social Studies 

Joseph Cozza, Guidance 

Patricia Darcv. Guidance 



Barbara Delikaris. Art 
Linda Ditzel. Secretary 
Felix Fabiano. Italian 
Ronald Foster, Industrial Arts 
Angela Francois, English/BSIP 
Arlene Frese, Family & Consumer Ed. 



Cecelia Calindo, Aide 
Connie Guida, Nurse 
Wendy Horowitz. Math 
Jeffrey Kay. Math 
William Ki'ndler, Phys. Ed. 
Robert Kozub, Phys. Ed. 



Allen Krupp. Special Ed. 

James Lassi. Social Studies 

Peggy Lazaro, IMC Clerk 

Cathleen Liberto, Math 

Robert Lowe, Graphic Arts. Photography 

Roger Maitland, School Psychologist 



Cathrine Marieh. English 

Kristy McCauley, Business 1 d 

Jess Monzo. Phys. Ed. 

Marlene IVIoscowitz, French & Spanish 

Irene Ornovitz. Science 

Geri Palmer. IMC Clerk 



Sundra Parker. Special Ed. 
Stacey Pereira. Special Ed 
Mary Ellen Powers. Math/ 
Computer Science 
Donna Puschel. Special Ed. 
Elizabeth Rooney-Kuhn, English 
Karvn Schlesinger. Inulish Drama 



Faculty 71 



Maria Sista, School Psychologist 

Ronald Slate, Music Department 

Coordinator/Band 

Christina Smith, Science 

Maria Soriano, Special Ed. 

Donna Stauhs, BSIP Aide 

Albert Steiginga, Science 



Anita Tedesco. Spanish 

Frank Tedesco, Social Studies 

Barbara Trueger, Gifted & Talented 

Lauren Tuma. English 

Valerie Valvano, Spanish 

Sally \ anBuskirk. Guidance 

Secretary 



David VanHart, Math/ 

Computer Science 

Heather Wells, Phys. Ed. 

Theresa Wertheimer, Science 

Jane Westerhold, Math 

Christopher White, Math 

Jacqueline Zika, Math 



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Mr. William KWIer Tells AH to Senior Jen 



Mr. Kindler, one of Jonathan 
. Daytoris most famous faculty 
\ members, /s retiring after tfts 
year. Mr. Kindler has taught at 
Dayton for the past tNrty-six 
years as a physical education 
and health instructor. Perhaps Mr. Kindler is most well known 
for Ns famous sayings such as "lets shoot the rock" or "snow 
day, I feel it," but then there is also the cup of coffee forever 
fixated in his hand. "I am addicted. I like coffee. I started drinking 
it when I was a kid, and just have not stopped since," said Mr. 
Kindler. 

Because of h/s chi/dhood enjoyment of sports, Mr. Kindler 
became interested in becoming a physical education teacher. 



i or in the / 

out (obeaw 



He can most often be found in the weight 
gym, "shooting the rock." Teaching has tt 
rewarding job for Mr. Kindler, as "no twU 
always looks forward to what is going F 

Besides for teaching physical edim 
Kindler, along with Mr. Cozza, i 
"Coaching high school is a lot of fur 
seems to have the best female ath 
year. They are a great bunch of a 
Besides for the girls, coaching atom 
a treat" says Mr. Kindler. M 

Mr. Kindler is a kind-hearted,M 
forever be remembered in the M « 
present and past even after he A 



at Dayton, M 

' girls soccer tear 

> girl's soccer t~ 

; come out year 

and fun to be ar 

*e Mr. Cozza is a/way 

rig, teacher who \ 

of all Dayton stude 

this July. ~ Jennifer K 



Sophomore N^ok WaWne Gets the iftfde 
Scoop on Mto Heather W«Hs 



Being a teacher is hard work, but Miss Wells enjoys the 
challenge. For the past three years she has been a gym/health 
teacher at Jonathan Dayton as well as a volleyball coach. 
Before teaching, she attended Montdair State University and 
decided to become a gym teacher because she wanted to 
"help promote a healthy lifestyle". 

When asked what her favorite part about teaching and 
working with kids, she responded, 'They're funny" with a 

72 Faculty 



laugh, "but seriously, I li 
building trusting re/ationshj 
with the kids and being the 
to help them with problem 
Wells is happy teachm 
the high school level, bt ^ 
couid be in any other 
could help people. Hot 
years, she won't be It 



; having only taught here only u i 
' anytime soon. ~ Nicole Waknir 




®UM ffAOJILTY 

Our school wouldn't be complete without the 
caring faculty that guide Dayton students on a 
daily basis. Here, several are highlighted. 



Sophomore EJe^a Martinez's 

Interview with 

Mrs. Uii*te A*efra d 



Usually little children dream about being 
firefighters or even astronauts, but Sehora 
'Axelrad always wanted to be a teacher. "I used 
to practice in my mom's office." Although there 
-were no people to teach, she said it was easier 
because there were no disruptions. 

Growing up hearing the Spanish lan- 
guage and falling in love with the culture, Sehora 
Axelrad knew teaching Spanish was for her. She 
even visited some Spanish speaking countries 
and her favorite part of those trips was "the food!" 

Her dream came true 25 years ago when 
she became a teacher. Over the course of that 
time she taught Spanish, but started out teach- 
ing German. Regardless of the subject, it was 
always her dream to be a teacher, and she 
"wouldn't change it for anything". 

Even though it was difficult to choose an 
alternate job, if she had to pick something else to 
do other than teach, she would want to be 
someone who would sweep the beach in the 
morning. That way, she could see the 
j beach in its full beauty with no garbage 
and clear clean sand. 

Ever since she started teaching, she 
has found ways to teach children Span- 
ish and at the same time touch their lives. 
All the students who leave her class 
leave with new and unique knowledge 
and because of that, she is a well-re- 
spected teacher at JDHS and will be 
missed once she retires. ~ Elena Martinez 








Senior Amanda 

DiCocco's Interview with 

Mr. Richard Briechle 

When asked if he could 
change one thing about 
Dayton, he stated, "I would 
start school at a later time. I 
need my beauty sleep." 



Senior Jacqueline Saul's 

Interview with 

Mr. William Byrne 

When asked what he hopes 
his students learn from him, 
Byrne replied, "I hope my 
students learn that working 
hard is important because 
learning is an on-going 
experience. 



Senior Shannon Clark's 

interview with 

Ms. Maria Soriano 

Ms. Soriano's favorite part 
about teaching is "reading 
and discussing novels with 
students." 



Senior Michael Kronen's 

interview with 

Miss Wendy Horowitz 

When asked what teachers actually 
do in the teacher's room, Miss 
Horowitz replied, "All we do in there 
is grade papers, eat, and relax." 



Faculty 73 



The W«U-U>ved 
Mr. VanHart 



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\ Mr. 

» VanHart 

certainly 

enjoys 

teaching, having taught for 38 years. He likes the 
students at Dayton and to him, teaching Math is a very 

rewarding experience. He even finds it to be fun. 

This year, Mr. VanHart taught Computer Science 
I, Math Analysis, and Geometry, but enjoys Math Analy- 
sis the most because he believes it has a certain level of 
challenge to it, but is also understandable enough for the 
students. 

Most memorable teaching moment here at Dayton 
include when he has his breakfast crew come in before 
school to seek extra help. Here, as well as in the class- 
room, he gets to know his students really well through 
working with them in a group and on an individual basis. 
Mr. VanHart's hopes for his students are that they be- 
come "better mathematicians, understand more, do it 
more easily, and be able to use shortcuts." 

But along time again, before he ever entered the 
doors of Dayton, Mr. VanHart attended Rutgers Uni- 
versity in New Brunswick for both his undergraduate 
and graduate degrees. But, before becoming a teacher, 
Mr. VanHart was an engineer and worked for Exon for J 
10 years and then served for 2 years in the military. J 
When he returned, he taught night school one day a I 
week but he enjoyed that so much that he wanted to I 
work full time as a teacher. I 

Mr. VanHart absolutely loved working at the ■ 
high school and expressed how much he loves the I 
students and the courses. Although he plans to 
retire after this year, Mr. VanHart claims he would 
not change a thing about his career as a teacher. 
~ Lauren Goldberg 



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Right: Mr. 
Krupp puts 
smiles on 
everyone's 
faces. 






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Left: Chris and 
Stephanie find 
out from Mr. 
Monzo that the 
best part of his 
job is "the 
students and 
watching their 
faces when 
[he] teachfes] 
them new 
informa- 
tion." 



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Right: Mr. T 

loves students 

who can make 

him laugh. 




OHM IFAOJILTHf 

Our school wouldn't be complete without the 
caring faculty that guide Dayton students on a 
daily basis. Here, several are highlighted. 



Interview with 
Mr. William K©*ub 

For thirty-one years, Mr. Kozub has been 
teaching physical education at Dayton. It's the 
only school he has ever taught at and plans to 
teach at "\ plan on retiring this year/' said Mr. 
Kozub. 

I Throughout his schooling, Mr. Kozub has been 
very active in athletics running track and playing 
football in high school and at Glassboro State 
■College (also known as Rowan State College) where 
Hhe went on to graduate from. "Pve always liked and 
participated in athletics and wanted to transfer my 
love of sports to kids," Mr. Kozub said was the 
^reason he became a gym teacher. 

Mr. Kozub's favorite sport to teach is weight 
training because, "each student can train at 

their individual pace 
and you can see their 
improvement" It's re- 
warding watching the 
kids get stronger and 
better, according to Mr. 
Kozub. ~ Janis Cohen 



Above: Ms. Powers 
grades this senior's math 
league test. 





S^tor 3^«^ Tavi$ 

Uncovers oar Media 

Specialist 

Mr. Keele has 
been at Dayton for just 
■ about one year, but yet 
\ he still managed to make 
his mark by assisting 
with Freshman Orien- 
tation and helping teachers and students with li- 
brary materials over the course of the year. Gradu- 
ating from Rutgers University, Mr. Keele, our cur- 
rent Media Specialist claims, "If I could pursue any 
other career, I would love to be in the entertainment 
business." 

Although he did not pursue the entertainment 
field, Mr. Keele had a lot of good things to say about 
Dayton and already feels right ^^-^-^\ 

at home here. "I 
like the schools size ^Jl 
and faculty; I have \ 
friends from all de- V^T 
partments," says Mr. \ J 
Keele. ~ Brian Tavis 




Above: Dr. Serson 
and Mr. A enjoy a 
hot cup of coffee. 

Left: Scott gives Mr. 

Slate a good ear 
cleaning while 
Jackie laughs 
along. 









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Peace Corp Volunteers 



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Left: Vice Presi- 
dent Stacey 
Fonseca, Co- 
Presidents Jaime 
Weisman and 
Jaclyn Salant 
topped off this 
year with a touch- 
ing and heartfelt 
teacher apprecia- 
tion ceremony 
which took place at 
February 1st's 
faculty meeting. 




the most populated clubs. Offering students the opportunity toj 
help others, the club does many in and out of school activities. Le<i 
by Jamie Weisman, Jaclyn Salant and co-president Stacey Fonseca .(] 
the volunteer club expands the members' horizons. 

"We do a lot with the senior citizens. We have a prom foe 
them in the spring and multiple breakfasts," says member Jen 
Karl. She added that they collect toys, clothes and games for 
patients involved with the Tomorrow's Children's Fund, and are 
involved with the Habitat for Humanity and Special Olympics. 

The volunteer club has under gone some changes in the 
past year. "We are officially Leos now," said President Jaclyn 
Salant. Being Leo's, the club is now a part of a nation-wide 
organization, opening doors to new opportunities. "There arc 
over 150 members in the club because of the change," sh<. 
added. "The Leo Club is lead by the Lions Association, the 
organization that heads it all," said Cassie Fishkin. 
It takes solid, dedicated members to make a club successful. "I've 
always liked helping people and helping the school ant 
community. I thought that this club would be something fun and 
really rewarding," said 
Stacey Fonseca. Jen 
Karl, an active mem- 
ber in the club adds, 
"Helping others makes 
me forget about other 
the bad things around 
us." -Justine Burke 

Left and right: These 
seniors are always 
eager to assist. 





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Senior Alex Peyser and Ms. Bellarosa came together 
this year to give the students of JDHS an opportunity to 
expand their horizons. We officially have a Ski Club! "I love 
to ski, and it's something important that is missing from the 
school," says Alex. 

The ski club consists of forty members who have a 
passion for conquering the slopes. These students met with 
Miss Bellarosa to plan Friday evening trips to various ski 
slopes. On January 7, 2005, Ski Club members went on their 
first trip to the Camelback Resort in Pennsylvania. The resort 
provided each student with skis, boots, and even lessons for 
those who have never skied before. They arrived at Camel- 
back around 5pm and hit the slopes until 10:00pm. The trip 
turned out to be a huge success and many others soon fol- 
lowed. 

Senior Matthew Sauerhoff, a excited Ski Club mem- 
ber, stated, "Well, it was nice for us suburb kids to get out into 
the mountains where we could breathe fresh thin air and really 
spread our skiing legs. It gave us an opportunity to enjoy a 
nice fun night away from the pressures of Springfield." 

With a huge turnout this year. Alex Peyser hopes that 
he started something that will last for many years at Jonathan 
Dayton. ~ Elizabeth Rodriguez 



Entering their fourth year of combined pep bands 
{with David Brearley, Ron Slate, the co-director of the pep 

[band, is very pleased with the progress of the two schools. 
iHowever, when Mr. Slate first found out about the co-op 

[football and the co-op pep band, he said he was "apprehen- 
jlsive at first due to the fact that school spirit at Dayton would 
jfgo down significantly." 

I For the first year, his goals and expectations were set 

[ very low because it is often difficult combining two bands 

under two different directors. Luckily, the two bands 
I jvvorked "very well together," said Slate. "I'm very pleased 

!vvith the progress of the pep band. We went from a smal 
group that sat on the sidelines to a full marching band tha 
actually takes the field." 
When asked of future plans of the pep band, Mr. Slate 
id he sees nothing but good for the future of the pep b' 




Pep Band 

Play Your National Anthem 



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Left: Always 
clowing 
around, pep 
band mem- 
bers sure are 
unique. 



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Student Council 

United Nations of Jonathan Dayton 



With the help of Advisor Mary Cokeing, Student Council, 
once again, helped fill the school year with fun and memorable 
events. Each student associated with the Student Counci 
helped put their two cents in to make each event possible. 

Student Council is filled with students from each grade 
who were elected for their class board. Akeama Hill, a student 
on the sophomore class board said, 
"I feel great that I am part of an organi- 
zation that benefits all of the student 
body." 

From Homecoming, King of Hearts, 
Snowball, Pep Rally, to Hall decorating, 
Student Council makes each one pos- 
sible. "Student Council helps bring the 
student body closer together," Akeama 
Hill also stated. If it weren't for Student 
Council, the events would not be pos- 
sible, and students wouldn't have the 
ability to enjoy being a united school. 
~ Sharon Shliechkorn 




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Ney^Around the World 

1X/. class, taught by Mr. Addvensky. teaches students 
television production from being on panel to directing the 
how. While taking the class, one can learn the set up of 
a studio in addition to working in the control room. Some 
other jobs a student can learn while taking T.V. include 
being a camera man. Director, video tape operator, audio 
manager and more. 

T.V. class also runs our morning announcements where 
all important events in the school can be heard. Jarred 
Weiss, the director of the morning announcements, and 
Joe Romano, his assistant, work with the rest of the 
Period 2 Advanced T.V. class 
to pull off the morning an- 
nouncements flawlessly every- 
day. 

Mickey Stromeyer said. "It 
was the best class I ever took" 
and he would recommend it to 
anyone. Mr. A is one of the 
best teachers and knows a lot 
t television production: 
therefore one should take it if 
he/srXfe interested in televi- 
sion production. 
~ Brian Tavi 



Right: Mike 

handles the 

camera 

with ease. 



Above right: 

Mr. A 

supervises 

the morning 
announce- 
ment crew. 

Right: Jarred 
trains the 
underclass- 
men. 

Below: Robby 

doesn't really 

know how to 

work the 

camera, but he 

pretends to. 



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Above: Jaime, Lindsay, and Donal 
prepare to go on the air. 

Left: The "behind the 
scene" crew does a 
last minute check. 





Club 



Above: Jarred shows these 

underclassmen the ropes when it 

comes to recycling. 



HELPIHG T^HOSE 

AROUDD THE LLtejRLD 

Key Club advisors, Mr. Tedesco and Mr. Van Hart, advise a group\of 
students, forming the Key Club, who volunteer their services for both the school 
and community. In order to improve the overall effectiveness of the Key Club this \ 
year, Mr. VanHart, Mr. Tedesco, and President Jarred Weiss felt it was necessary 
to incorporate certain changes. Run by President Jared Weiss, this year the Key 
Club only consists of 1 1 other members other than himself. According to Jarred, 
"a select number of students were chosen to join the Key Club based upon a 
preliminary interview and overall commitment to making the club successful." 
This year, club members chaperoned Springfield recreation functions, 
lelivered holiday baskets sponsored by Kiwanis, assisted in a handicap facility in Millburn, and recycled all the scrap 
Ijpaper that accumulates throughout the school. With recycling, members took turns 

i^very other week to collect scrap paper from each classroom and then put it in the 
iumpster with the "hopes that it got to the right place.'" 

This year was considered me rebui lding year, "dedicated to completing five 
or six activities done well," claims JHrred Weiss. This select group of members met 
si-weekly to ensure that they communicated regularly and completed their goals 
fficiently and effectively. 

In the near future, once this srfrall group of members perfects these 
ictivities, the advisors will open the club up toHhe general student body population. 
The Key Club members' goals for this year anoy^ars to come is "to do more than 
[hey had in the past with efficiency while helping thebsmmunity to the best of their 
abilities." 






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TrwIs to Fird a Cure for Seooritii 

ical Careers Club is a club designed to rase students' understanding of oppoi 
ities ir/fnedical and allied health professions, h this club, students will explore and study medi 
nd research services. They will get to meet medical professionals, raise money for medical 
rch. and gain knowledge of careers that they may be interested in. 

Mrs. Omovitz actually created this unique club stating. "Students were 
interested in medical careers during class discussions in another school, so I took 
tudents to hospitals and other trips. I thought Dayton students would enjoy the trips 
s welf 

Many people enjoy this club because its a great way for to learn about the 
arious types of medical fields that students may have an interest in Inga Schwartz 
tated. "1 joined this club, first and foremost, because I love science. I aspire to become 
doctor, and I knew that this club would educate me in several areas of medicine..." 
Every year, the Medical Careers Club donates money for the Myelin Project. 
|/hich helps fund the organization that helps people who are suffering from diseases like ALD. 
fjdso. every year students will get the chance to go to UMDNJ where they will get a chance 
o explore five departments of the university in addition to 
h^Cardiac Classroom where students get to experience 
>pe\heart surgery first-hand. 

\This club is most enjoyable and very important for 
hose s&dents who are interested in various fields of 
ledicine. N^haron SNiechkom 

\f?/gW: Checking out the helicopter was 
thevbest part of the medical careers trip. 






Left: 
These 
uniors 
and 
seniors 
form the 
execu- 
tive 

board of 
this 
presti- 
gious 
club. 



Above: These students 

wait for the hospital trip to 

begin! 

Clubs & Event- 81 



SpMttk &u6 



Explore Barcelona s 
Museums 



The Spanish Club had another great year with 
advisors Senora Axelrad, Senora Tedesco, and Se- 
nora Valvano as advisors. The officers, President 
Ginger Crosby, Vice President Lam Nguyen, Trea- 
surer Krishna Mitjans, and Secratery liana Gutman, 
along with the dedicated advisors, devised fun and 
interesting activities and trips for the Spanish Club 
to enjoy. Senora Tedesco explains, "The Spanish 
Club is here to introduce students to the Spanish 
culture and familiarize them with things they may 
not have known." 

The Spanish Club held meetings once every 



month where the members and the officers dis- 
cussed their thoughts on upcoming events and 
trips. What resulted was a trip to see a show and 
an afternoon out for lunch at Don Pepe's Restau- 
rant in Newark in which everyone had a terrific 
time. 

The 2004-2005 school year was another suc- 
cess for the Spanish Club since it was able to 
recruit many new members, all of which were 
involved and had a great time participating in all 
the activities planned. ~ Danielle Shai 




The students of the Spanish 

Club have lots of laughts 

while dining on Spanish 

cuisine at Don Pepes 

Restaurant. 




82 Clubs & Events 



JPaUan CM 

Explore the Leaning Tower of Visa 




The Italian Club, advised by Mr. Fabiano, is 

one of the most popular clubs here at Dayton. 

Most of the upperclassmen members have been 

since they entered Dayton as freshmen and with 

the ever growing size of the freshman class, the 

club continues to get larger ever year! 

The club annually goes on exciting trips. . . Just last year alone 

they went to an authentic shoemaker, an Italian Restaurant, and 

a Mozzarella Factory. Also, every year they sell Easter baskets 

and also raffle one off. The club meets once or twice a month to 

study Italian culture and plan out their next event. 

For as long as the Italian Club is at Dayton everyone knows 
that you'll have an opportunity to get Italian chocolate and of 
course, learn about Italian culture. ~ Meagan Wing 



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French Ctol) 

i/\ Explore the Eiffle Tower 




The French Club, run by Mrs. Moscowitz, had about 30 
itudents this year from all four grades. According to Vice 
^resident, sophomore Brooke Schuckman, "The purpose 
)f the French Club is to gather all students interested in 
he French nationality to explore and learn about French 
:ulture, while having fun." 

The French Club took yearly trips to see plays, art 
jpxhibits, and dine at French restaurants. "These trips 
[ ^lave always interested students from all grades because 
1 hey're a great way to explore French culture, while 
, enjoying themselves with friends," says Treasurer Allison 
" Dmiszewicki. 

The French Club organized meetings to be held about 

wice a month to plan future trips and activities. The 

presidents this year, Genevieve Ciullo and Amanda 

Vliddleberg, were voted on by everyone in the club based 

)n the most responsible and dedicated students in the 

^jroup. With these experienced leaders, Mrs. Moscowitz, 

r$ind many active members, this year has been another 

successful one for the French Club. ~ Lauren Haliczer 

Right: Presidents Gen Ciullo, Amanda Middleberg, 

and officers Alyssa Cariana, Alex Grey, Brooke 

Schuckman, and Allison Dmiszewicki prepare to 

lead another successful French Club. 




Clubs & EvenN 83 



UAWUM ARTHOtiOR 50CIZTY 



Explore Picasso's Work 



National Art Honor Society, Dayton's premiere art club, is becoming 
more and more popular with the Dayton student body. For students who 
are members, they get to work on projects, give back to the community, and 
display their unique work around the school! So, for all of you that have 
been wondering, yes, all of the amazing work you have been seeing around 
school is done by Dayton's own students!!! 

The club, hosted every Monday by Mrs. Delikaris in the art room, always 
has some sort of crazy activity going on, even if everyone is just working on 
their projects. According to one member, "the best project that we have 
done recently is painting pumpkins for the PTSO to sell as a fundraiser for 
project graduation." It is artistic activities like painting pumpkins and 
holiday scenes in Kings Supermarket that help the club to give back to the 
community. Everywhere their artwork is present it is obvious. The work 
will light up whatever or wherever it may be! 

This year, the cabinet of National Art Honor Society consists of Jackie 
Berkowitz as president and Jimmy Cottage as Vice-President. With the 
growing 
member- 
ship, it is ob- 
vious that 
these two 
must be do- 
ing some- 
thing right! 
So keep 
painting 
National 
Art Honor 
Society and 
JDHS will 
keep admir- 
ing! 

~ Meagan 
Wing 



Right: 

Jimmy 

ponders 

if he is 

satisfied 

with his 

project. 

Right: 

That 

must be 

the most 

creative 

sculpture 

ever 

seen! 




Officers 
Co-Presidents: 

Alex Peyser & 

Adam Ross 

Secretary: 

Marisa Gallant 

Historian: 

Jaclyn Berkowitz 

Inductees 

Dalila Boclin 

Melissa Bookbinder 

Anna D'Achille 

Emily DelGuidice 

Alexander Grey 

Melissa Guida 

Fideliya Gulchina 

liana Gutman 

Alyson Helfand 

Adam Hirst 

Maria Inneo 

Jaclyn Janowski 

Michael Levy 

Catherine Loschiavo 

Catherine MacDonnell 

Lam Nguyn 

Boris Pivtorak 

Daniella Scheer 

Erica Sperber 

Kathryn Stigliano 

Michael Stromeyer 

Midhuna William 

Cu rr ent ^Members 

Jaclyn Berkowitz 
Genevieve Ciullo 
Stacey Fonseca 
Raul Furnaguera 
Marisa Gallant 
Joshua Goldman 

Elina Lazich 

Christina Leshko 

Viviana Maciel 

Steven Mandel 

Michael Mannarino 

Kena Mena 

Amanda Middleberg 

Alex Peyser 

Adam Ross 

Danielle Ross 

Taylor Sabinsky 

Jaclyn Salant 

Marie Samson 

Adrian Saporta 

Adam Shai 

Lindsay Shuckman 

Adam Sherman 

Cathryn Title 

Allyson Tratenberg 

Jaime Weisman 

Jarred Weiss 

Cristin Zavocki 

Advisors 

Ms. Sylvia Borne 
Ms. Jane Westerhold 



In high school, students want to feel 
like they have accomplished or were a part 
of something big. Being recognized for 
outstanding grades is only one of the many 
ways students feel rewarded in the Na- 
tional Honor Society. 

The National Honor Society is an 
organization of which juniors and seniors 
with a grade-point average of 3.75 or higher, 
are a part. Although one's grade point 
average is a factor for induction, that is not 
the only qualification needed to be in- 




The World is Yours 



ducted. The National Honor Society also 
looks for leadership skills, scholarship, 
service, and overall character in each stu- 
dent. "I enjoy being a part of National 
Honor Society because it makes me feel as 
if all of my hard work in school has paid 
off," says Senior Co-president Alex Peyser. 
The officers this year include Co-presi- 
dents Adam Ross and Alex Peyser, Secre- 
tary Marisa Gallant, and Historian Jaclyn 
Berkowitz. 

Along with the honor of being in the 
National Honor So- 
ciety, students also 
give back to others by 
tutoring middle 
school and some high 
school students. The 
twenty-two new in- 
ductees this year look 
to keep up the expec- 
tations for Jonathan 
Dayton's chapter in 
the National Honor 
Society. ~ Amanda 
DiCocco 

Left: Co-president Alex 
Peyser and Historian 
aclyn Berkowitz are 
excited for this year's 
induction. 



Left: NHS members look on as 
Dr. Serson makes a speech. 



Clubs & Events 85 



Pautoris four Guides 



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The Student Auxiliary club is filled with 
hardworking students wanting to help 
the school. These students are given 
new responsibilities and a chance to 
help while having fun at school events. 
Student Auxiliary members usher at the 
school plays and sell tickets, direct stu- 
dents at Freshmen Orientation, and help 
parents at back to school night. 

Sophomore Allison Schachtel 
feels that, "People join this club because 
they know they are helping someone and have fun doing 
it." In Allison's opinion, the event Student Auxiliary mem- 
bers are most needed is for the "Nineth Grade Orientation 
because I know it helped me when I was coming to JDHS. 
I know if I participate in it, I'm helping a student like me, 
making him or her feel more comfortable in a new school 
environment." 

The students in Student Auxiliary help make the 
school a more comfortable environment for new students, 
as well as returning students. Without these volunteering 
students, JDHS wouldn't be the same. ~ Elena Martinez 




Student Auxiliary members sell 
tickets and pass out programs at 
this year's 
perfor- 
mance of 
The Family 
Man. 




laying Lives Around the World 






»THE 

Emergency Response Team 



Jonathan Dayton's JDSERT (emergency response team) is a club where 
students are trained in first aid and CPR. Their job is to take care of any medical 
emergencies around school. When a student is on JDSERT, he or she can be 
drilled at any time, especially when on-call. Being on-call consists of being 
prepared for any emergency, carrying a first aid kit and/or a walkie talkie. 

"I like the thought of being so involved with helping people, especially when 
someone gets hurt. It's good to know that there 
is someone to help before the first aid squad gets 
there," junior Jackie Laurencelle explains. For 
instance, Jackie shared a heroic story of how she 
assisted her friend who had torn his ACL. "1 gave 
him support on his knee, wrapped it and applied 
ice. Then I called the first aid squad, and when 
they arrived I helped him on to the stretcher." 

It is because of these brave well-trained stu- 
dents that the school grounds around Dayton are 
kept as safe as they arc. Hopefully, with the 
addition of new members, the school will remain 
safe. ~ Ryan Lantier 

86 Clubs & Events 



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Above: Stu and 
Jackie are 
veteran JDSERT 
members. 

Left: The Emer- 
gency Response 
Team demon- 
strates how they 
would secure an 
injured person 
onto a backboard J 




I Above: Together, 

McGruff, Superman, 

■Stacey, Jaime, and Jaclyn 

fight crime at the 

Wellness Fair. 



Below: Cassie seems a 

oit tense as she is forced 

to rely on her fellow 

club members during 

their trip to Stony I 

Acres. 



flltflPIIQtillflO Olllfa -41'tzinats ^Routs. will auk 

HI1CI I Ull If CO UlUU you Safety to you. 



Teenage years are filled with choices- choices that can affect one's life for 
years to follow. At Jonathan Dayton, our Alternatives Club provides students with 
facts about drugs and alcohol in hopes that the students will realize how truly 
dangerous both these things can be, and how to make the right choices. 

The function of the Alternatives Club is to reach out to the students to 
provide them with accurate information involving drugs and alcohol. Besides for 
teaching the students, the club provides activities such as movie night, as an 
alternative to alcohol and drugs. For movie night, the club members and their 
advisor, Mrs. Axelrad, prepare a fun filled night with movies and free popcorn. All 
Jonathan Dayton students are invited back to the school one evening to participate 
in this event. "Surprisingly, it's a lot of fun. Last year people brought pillows and 
other snacks and we all laid out across Senora's floor and just hung out and watched 
a movie," said senior Lauren Ginsberg. 

The Alternatives Club tries to find fun ways to provide students with 
something else to do other than drink alcohol and do drugs. The Alternatives Club 
is an important part of Jonathan Dayton. It is a good way for students to get 
themselves involved in the school and it provides a lot of information about an issue 
that can affect someone's life even after high school. ~ Jen Karl 





Above: This group enjoys a night of fashion 
and food at the R.E.B.E.L fashion show. 

Left: The Alternatives Club says "No to 
Drugs" in the courtyard for all to see. 




CH S 



Make Your PAovqI 



Chess is a game of the mind; it 
requires quick thinking, strategizing and antici- 
pation of the opponent s moves. The Chess club at 
JDHS is quickly growing- moving from last year's 
barely half a dozen members to nearly a dozen 
students coming on Tuesday afternoons to prac- 
tice in the library. The club is becoming an official team, which will represent 
JDHS at local tournaments. 

Mr. Kay, the advisor of the 
Chess club, is extremely proud of 
the progress both the club and stu- 
dents have made. "As a group we have 
made great improvements including 
recruiting more members, consistent 
meetings, and entrances to local tour- 
naments. Individually the students 
are making strides by playing each 
other for practice," he said. 

The chess club excitedly looks 
forward to entering more tourna- 
ments- and winning a few. ~ Cassie 
Fishkin 

Clubs & Hvents 87 




CHANGING CURRENCY WITH EASE 





Adam Sherman competes for 
one of the top scores. 



These juniors hope to beat 
Josh, Adam or Boris one day. 





$ra uahd: 

Math League, held in the library on every first 
Tuesday of the month, is a club that invites student > 
to challenge themselves by attempting to accurately 
answer difficult math problems in thirty-minute com- 
petitions. Students compete against other people in| 
Jonathan Dayton, against other students in the state, 
and against students throughout the whole United 
States. There is no limit for anyone who wants to 
participate in Math League. 

For the tests in Math League, students are given six 
questions to answer in a half-hour; the first two ques- 
tions are the easiest, the next 
two are moderate, and last 
two are hard. The content 
ranges from algebra to pre 
calculus. Adam Sherman 
says, "Math League teaches 
me how to solve hard math 
problems." This is one time 
students can have fun with 
math and be competitive 
while learning too. ~ Chris 
Bauknight 



i 



i©nn»i Cai^di: 



NEW WAYS TO SEE THE WORLD 

Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, and 
George Washington Carver are among the 
greats in the world of science. But who's 
next in the line of greats? Only Dayton's 
finest, those in the science league. The 
league consists of members from all grades 
who test their knowledge in science 
through challenging tests. The test results 
go up against the scores of other students 
in different schools and those with the 
highest scores win the competitions. 

Members must have a strong back- 
ground in chemistry, biology, or physics. 
Being in science league is no walk in the 
park as members spend months preparing 
for the strenuous tests. Until the day of the 
exam, members can be found taking prac- 
tice tests and studying. "The club's pretty 

straight forward and it is basically just to learn more about a science and prepare for the competitions," said 
senior Adam Shai. 

Run by Mr. Gula, Dayton's science league has been very successful, often placing first and second in 
competitions. Members are very committed, attending meetings every month. "It's not easy but if you're 
interested in science and studying practice tests, you'll do really well," Adam said. 

This year, the team did well in competitions. They put up good fights and with the many members that 
had returned from last year, Dayton's science league was a hard team to beat. ~ Janis Cohen 

88 Clubs & Events 





S9A 



Run by Mrs. Cokeing, 
JSA, or Junior Statesmen of 
America, may possibly con- 
tain one of the future Presi- 
dents of the United States for 
all we know. Politically motivated senior and Presi- 
dent Adam Shai believes that in order to succeed in 
debating, one must always know what he/she is 
:alking about and "use logic instead of emotion." 

Most of the issues discussed include any and 
9verything that is going on in the news. Iraq is one of 
:heir main topics of discussion, and foreign policy 
: ollows right along with it. Fellow member Ginger 
3rosby says, "I love politics, but I could never sell my 
soul to the devil like some politicians." Over the past 
few years Ginger, like Adam, learned a lot about 
oolitics and debate along with issues that make our 
world a better place. Both 
members of the association 
believe they could have a suc- 
cessful career in politics, but 
in the meantime hope to lead 
the club to success! ~ Bella 
lax 





M@©1 VISMSL 




Most schools in NJ, including our school, 
chose to participate in Mock Trial this year. Mock 
Trial is a club designed to give students an opportu- 
nity to prepare for a case and "learn the inner work- 
ings of the court," claims advisor Mrs. Axelrad. Mock 
Trial was created by a panel of real lawyers who 
created a fictional case for schools that chose to 
participate. Each school was given the same case, 
and had to have at least 10 students - 4 lawyers and 
6 witnesses." 

Mock Trial is set up so that it seems as if 
everything is real, including being in an actual court- 
room, laying the roles of lawyer or witnesses. Others 
students, not the ones already involved in the case, 
get to jump up on the bandwagon by playing 
jurors. 

This year all the students that partici- 
pated were seniors, including Christina Leshko, 
Marisa Gallant, Adam Shai, Midhuna William, 
Josh Goldman, Alex Peyser, Jaime Weisman, 
Ryan Russikoff, Adam Sherman, and Amanda 
Middleberg. With the help of the advisors, 
Mrs. Axelrad and Mrs. Truegar, these seniors 
were well-prepared for the courtroom, result- 
ing in another successful year. ~ Sharon 
Shliechkom 

Clubs & Events 89 



The Jonathan Dayton concert band is small in 
size but big in talent. Under the direction of Ron 
Slate, the band has improved greatly over the past 
few years. Since Mr. Slate was brought to the high 
school on a full time basis, he has been able to incor- 
porate private lessons for students, enabling them to 
grow more as musicians. "The willingness and dedi- 
cation that the students display by practicing has 
played a major role in the success of the band," he 
said. 

The concert band is involved in multiple com- 
petitions including Union County Teen Arts and The 
Music in the Parks 
Festival in Hershey, 
P. A. In the three 
years that Dayton 
has attended the 






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_//2£ choanal of <^J\ieuj (UxLzam 



Music in the Parks Festival, they have been named be 
overall band three out of three times. Mr. Slate state 
that he expects at least an excellent rating at the upcorr 
ing festival and is confident a fourth best overall ban 
title will be captured. 

With increased popularit 
in the concert band, it's no wot 
der that the music program is be 
coming one of the highlights c 
Jonathan Dayton. ~ Scott Chertc 




90 Clubs & Events 



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^Jhz nlLLi axE alius, luitn tnz 
lound of muiLC- 

| Choir is a full year elective at Dayton which is not 
ily enjoyable but beneficial to students interested in 
te arts. Miss Boehme, who has been involved in 
jayton's music department for many years, leads the 
loir. She, along with the students involved in choir, 
we put forth a lot of dedication and hard work to 
ake this years' choir better than ever. 
Each year choir has become more popular with the 
udents. Besides the two periods of choir offered a 
ay, there are numerous smaller choirs including 
dxed choir, boys choir, girls choir, and holiday choir, 



that one could be a part of. Not only do the classes sing, 
but they learn more and more each year about the 
theory of music as well as proper ways to sing. "We 
learn proper breathing techniques and work on pitch," 
says junior Anna D'Achille. 

Besides singing in school, the choir takes many trips 
and participates in many competitions including 
Hershey Park and Teen Arts competitions. They also 
perform at the senior citizen breakfasts and at senior 
citizen homes. 

In addition to singing and competing, a council of 
students plan fund-raisers and organize events. Presi- 
dent Justine Burke, Vice President Jacqueline Weiss, 
Secretary Craig Dotoli, and Treasurer Noah Peyser, 
along with other representatives, work together all 
throughout the year mapping out events including a 
pot-luck dinner and monthly trips. 

At the end of each year, the choir is always satisfied 
with their performances and awards received. It seems 

as if each year is be- 
coming more suc- 
cessful than the last 
and they hope to 
continue this trend 
for years to come. ~ 
Jacqueline Weiss 




\bovc: Anna 
D'Achille, 
Katie 

MacDonnell, 
Sarah 

Hurwitz, and 
Ashley Maas 
Tiake up a 
;irls quartet 
lamed 
"Operation: 
Nancy". 



Clubs& Evenst 91 



I T *« ia I » QU Z B WL 



Quiz bowl is a trivia club run by Mrs. Axelrad and Mrs. 
Trueger that "tests one's own personal knowledge in a variety 
of subjects ranging from music to biochemistry," according to 
senior Alex Peyser. Once every week quiz bowl participants 
meet before school to test their own knowledge and to see in 
which areas they need improvement. 

Then on various weekends, the team attends tournaments 
against schools in surrounding towns and competes against 
teams from other schools. Quiz Bowl is pretty competitive. 
Students aspire to win trophies at the tournaments because 
they represent a huge accomplishment and at the same time 
give a school a good reputation. Participating in Quiz Bowl is 
still rewarding just to be apart of the challenge. In some cases, 
teams or individual students who may not necessarily win, but 
try hard can earn certificates, according to senior Marie Samson. 

Preparing for Quiz Bowl also helps one in classes like his- 
tory, math, and sciences. "I would definitely recommend people 
to join Quiz Bowl because it's really fun and you learn a lot of 
different things that you normally don't get taught in school. It 
also helps to extend your knowledge," says sophomore Adam 
Schwarzberg. If you missed out this year, be sure to sign up 
next year. ~ Lauren Goldberg 




i i. ea «he ,h F e u.™?e y I Pe r Leader 



Si 



To ease the freshmen's transition to high school, peer leadership provides a personal and effective way to helj 
one become adjusted to a new school. Students get chosen to become a peer leader by submitting an application at th 
end of their sophomore or junior years and having the right criteria to be a responsible and caring leader. After reviewin 
the applications, about 30 juniors and seniors are chosen to become the following years peer leader 
One of the main activities that peer leadership hosts is Freshmen Fun Night, when the freshmen get together with th 
peer leaders to play games, interact in activities, engage in ice breakers and become more familiar with the peer leader 
"The main responsibility of a peer leader is to set good examples for freshmen and to give them an easy transition int 
high school," says senior Cassie Title. 

Another part of being a peer leader is participating in Freshmen Orientation the day before school starts. Thi 
is when peer leaders introduce themselves to the incoming freshmen, familiarize them with the different classroom 
and explain how the school runs with regard to the rules and regulations. By doing this, club members try to alleviat 
some of the stresses that come along with being a freshman in high school. 

Unlike some of the other clubs at Dayton, the peer leade 
do not go on any trips. The mentors come to Dayton to teac 
the peer leaders how to help freshmen adjust to high scho 
and to help them solve their problems. One can become a goo 
peer leader by really listening to and caring about what th 
student has to say. When a peer leader guides and leads 
student out of any bad situation, such as a fight, that 
considered being a good peer leader. "Being able to help tli 
freshmen and guide them through their first year of hig 
school and just being their friend is the most rewarding part i 
being a peer leader." says senior Ashley Phanor. -Jackie Sa 




92 Clubs & Events 



\dow: Drawing by Maria 
Inneo (Class of '06) 




An excerpt from 

Untitled 

By. Sam Boettcher 
(Class of '06) 



If I could wrap my ugly, 
little f infers around the 
small pocket-watch I 
have been keeping in 

j|the back of my pants, 

,1 would 




LlTERylRV m/4G>IZinE 

Jonathan Dayton's Award- Winning - Literary Magazine is an instru- 
mental tool in the expression of creative abilities. It gives students and faculty the 
opportunity to have their poetry, short stories, essays, and drawings published. 
The originality of the works never ceases to amaze because 
with each passing year there are superior advancements. 
What students benefit the most from is the positive feed- 
back received from their stories. It encourages further 
imagination and continuous learning. 

Those students who are published in the Liter- 
ary Magazine have later gone on to win state or even 
national literary contests outside of schooLThe extremely 
dedicated members of the club meet weekly, where they 
sort through, edit, and select suitable works for the final 
magazine. This year, JDHS was given the plea- 
sure of two publications of Melopoeia . Trium- 
phant once again, this yearis inspired editions 
sold out promptly af ter hitting the shelves. 
Mr. Scott Shallcross brilliantly advises the 
Literary Magazine and oversees all as- 
pects of production from start to finish. 
Mr. Shallcross is a JDHS English teacher 
and an accomplished writer himself. With- 
out his unwavering enthusiasm nothing 
would be possible. -Maria Rosenfelcl 



ujorldlv 

Writers 

v4HD 

Artists 

Awarded the National 

Award of Excellence given 

by the NCTE for its 

outstanding literary 

achievements. 



Right: Dalila Boclin, Michael Levy, Joe 

Marra, Anna DAchille, and Kyle Canton 

search the halls of Dayton to find unique art 

and powerful writing. 




moDEL un 



World politics 




Left: After an 
interesting but 
tiring session, 
Ashley Phanor, 
Midhuna 
William, Kena 
Mena and 
Amanda 
Middleberg still 
manage to smile 
as they wait for 
lunch. 



^ ■ ^ * 



hove: Marisa Gallant 
iknowledges the fact 
iat there is nothing like 
l?ood lunch after a long 
'iin journey. 




Above: Amanda Majewski, 

lessica Lakritz, and Meryl 

William wait eagerly for the 

opening ceremony to begin. 



"Motion for an unmoderated caucus, please?" Trust me. this 
sounded like Greek to the eight girls who belong to the Model UN 
club as it does to anybody now. That is. until they learned more 
about the procedure of the UN meetings. The Model UN helps 
students to understand how the UN works and how delegates from 
various countries try to solve their problems by coming to a 
common resolution. Little did they realize how hard it was to 
negotiate with other delegates. 

The Model UN club consists of eight members. "I started this club 
so that other students could join me in understanding international 
relations better", says senior Marisa Gallant. The other members of 
this club include seniors Kena Mena. Ashley Phanor. Amanda 
Middleberg. Midhuna William, sophomore Meryl William, and fresh- 
men Amanda Majewski and Jessica Lakritz. The club advisor for the 
Model UN club is Mr. Russo who prepares the students on the topics 
that they need to be familiar with for the conferences. 

The Model UN has had two trips so far. Last year, the club went 
to Saint Peters College Migh School Model UN This year they went 
to Yale University for a weekend to take part in YMUN "It was a lot 
of hard work, but I understood a lot about the working of the UN." 
says senior Kena Mena. "The whole Yale experience definitely 
enlightened me on various subjects and I look forward to the next 
conference", says Meryl William 

After a weekend of UN sessions, it was hard to stop talking in the 
UN language. The girls were worried whether they would ask their 
teachers for a motion to go to the bathroom instead of a pass, but 
everything worked out just fine. — Midhuna William 

Clubs & Events 93 




Right: 

Sharon 

works on 

her page 

while 

Amanda, 

Jen, and 

Brian 

watch 

on. 



Right: Staff members 

Cassie, Bitzy, and Stephanie 

are always willing to take 

on more staff assignments. 

Belozv: Yearbook Advisor Miss 

Schlesinger poses with two of 

her favorite students, Justine 

Burke and Bella Vax. 



Right: Photo Editors Genevieve 

Ciullo, Jessica Girandola, and 

Jackie Weiss make sure that 

everyone appears in the yearbook. 

Below: Editor Maria 

Rosenfeld paid particular 

attention to this year's 

senior section, making sure 

it would be one everyone 

would remember. 





Left: Jackie 
and Justine 
proof year- 
book pages on 
the computer. 

Left (photo 2): 
Business 
Manager 
Meagan Wing, 
Photo Editor 
Jessica 

Girandola and 
Jackie Weiss, 
and Editor 
Justine Burke 
make sure 
every aspect 
of the year- 
book produc- 
tion runs 
smoothly. 



Right: The first semester's 

yearbook staff worked hard 

to create this great yearbook. 

Collection of 

Memories from a 

Four Year Trip 

94 Clubs & Events 




Yearbook class is an elective that students take to create, design, ar 
produce a yearbook. The class is a combination of creative writing, journalis 
photography, and public relations. Students are assigned articles to write 
clubs, sports, and events in Dayton, and then asked to provide photos or 
captions for the page. 

The process begins when students pick a layout for their page - whe 
the pictures and article will be placed later on. Then, after providing a revise 
article and photos, the page is designed using Adobe PageMaker where tl 
pictures and articles are then placed. Borders, icons, headlines, and captio 
are created to help enhance the page. After a set of pages are finalized, th 
are sent to Jostens, the yearbook company, where a proof is created. Up< 
their return, they are edited and revised by the waiting yearbook staff. Fincl 
the revised proofs are sent back out to Jostens to have a final page mac 
Senior Editors Justine Burke and Maria Rosenfeld help the class aicr 
^TJk w " " vou I in providing helpful editing tips and ideas. Photo Editc 
*r J Jacqueline Weiss, Jessica Girandola, and Gen Ciullo exci 

ine all the photos and help brainstorm captions for ea 
picture, in addition to making sure the quality of each pho 
is up to par. Meagan Wing, the Business Manager, acts 
a treasurer, keeping track of all the advertisement, frier 
page and parent ad money. 

Bella Vax, yearbook staff member says, "Yearba 
is a good experience. It teaches you how to meet deadlin 
and in the end, you help create something that youll he 
for the rest of your life." ~ Justine Burke 




Christina Leshko 




Jaclyn Berkowitz 




Dalila Boclin 




Zach Links 




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THE DAWG PRINT 

NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLD 




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The Dawg Print is the Jonathan 
Dayton newspaper that is distributed 
four times a year. The paper's advisor is 
Ms. Rooney-Kuhn, an incredibly 
hardworking and devoted English 
teacher at JDHS. To be on the Dawg 
print staff, applicants must be able to 
take constructive criticism, and enjoy 
writing and working on a team. 

The Dawg Print staff is composed of Editor-in-Chief Christina Leshko, 
Features Editor Jacyln Berkowitz, News Editor Dalila Bochlin, Opinions Editor 
Amanda Middleberg, Sports Editor Zach Links, and Photography Editor Robert 
Maisano. These six editors, along with other staff members and Ms. Rooney- 
Kuhn, use local newspapers like the Star Ledger, and other high school and 
college papers for ideas and references to produce a great paper. According to 
Christina Leshko, "We get our ideas by 'picking each other's brains'. We all 

brainstorm and whatever we like, we use!" 

This year the Dawg Print tried to stay more 
organized, keeping editors informed via email to 
make sure everyone is kept updated. Christina 
Leshko was confident that the Dawg Print would 
be a success this year, and it was! They even 
managed to get in a surprise issue in April. Chris- 
tina was grateful that things ran smoothly with 
little conflict within the group. "Conflicts always 
arise when you mix different personalities in situ- 
ations with time constraints and administrators," 
but a smiling Christina adds, "Everything was fine 
and the paper a success!" ~ Nicole Waknine 



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The Dayton/Breartey football team for the 20Ok-20O^ school year is an amazing team, ted by captain 
V>wy Russ©, Drew Vandreze, and Nick Mascrao, who are proud of their 9 win; and only 2 to$es. 

Chris Bauknight a senior on the football team for four years Says, " There are many plays to remember Ufilj 
there are 6 basic plays that the team runs." They are dive, toss, option, counter, stretch, trap. Chris Bauknighf S meal 
memorable moment was getting two sacks his junior year. Chris says, " Option is his favorite play because thj 
quarterback gets to make a choice either pitch 
to the running back or keep it himself." The 
team agrees that being quarterback is the 
hardest position to play because they have to 
do all the ruv/rmc, and decision making. 

h all of their years N«w {Providence 
has been their biggest rival and toughest team. 
Dayton and Qreartey have tost to them this 
year, but have confidence that they will beat 
them next year! ~ Jessica Girandola 



Right: Chris Bauknight gets 
ready to run a great play. 







Left to Right (top row): Coach James Young, Ercan Sidar, Destan Ahmetaj, Brett Byars, Joseph Mraz, John Dalman, Anthony evarc 
Eric Dworkin, Jimmy Guarino, Ryan Jayne, Eric Schindler, Coach Justin Petino (2" d row): Coach Dennis Lonergan, Darrel Brown 
Kyle Dilts, Eric Dubeau, Conor Shannon, Jaliyl Lynn, Zach Sliverman, Robert Shippey, Brian Kizelevich, Daniel Lo Bello, Jessi 
Boyden, Coach Robert Kanterman (3 rd row): Coach Brian Luciani, Manny Sieira, Antonio La Torre, David Guffey, Dennis Hoag 
Jaymin Patel, Vincent Demaio, Manny Lewis, Tamir Tuvel, Jeffrey Feder, Ryan Correll, Jake Floyd, Coach Jess Monzo 
(bottom row): Dennis Weiss, Jason Warner, Chris Bauknight, Anthony Green Jr., Nick Mascaro, Drew Vanderzee, Vincent Russp 
Kevin Rodriguez, Damien Goldrick, Anthony Lugara, Ryan Hoag, Nick Rosales, Coach Scott Miller 

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The 2004-2005 soccer season began with the roar of 
the fall cheerleaders cheering on the boys and girls soccer teams. 
Led by Coach Harms and Coach Horowitz, and with the help 
of Captain Jaclyn Salant these girls were sure to have a kickin 
season! 

Cheerleading since the age of six, Kristina Mitjans says, 
'This season was great because we're like one big happy family" 
When asked if she ever got nervous when cheering in front of 
all those fans, she responded. Of course! No matter how long 
you've been doing it, you still get scared youll mess up!" 

Fellow cheerleader Jaime Rutkowski says she enjoys 
cheering, except for occasional mishaps. "Cheerleaders have bad 
days too!" 

However, both Jaime and Kristina claim that if a girl 
wants to go out for the squad, she has to be outgoing and 
dedicated and in the end will have lots of fun ~ Bella Vax 

Above right: These 
beauties form the 
perfect squad. 

Riglit: Seniors 

Taylor, Ginger, 

Jaime and Jaclyn 

cuddle up for one of 

their last fall 

cheerleading 

memories. 






Top Row (left to right): Jaclyn Laurencelle, Linda Cinicolo, Lauren Haliczer, Amber Crosby, Kelsey Mason 
\Bottom Roiu (left to right): Captain Jaclyn Salant, Jaime Rutkowski, Ginger Crosby, Taylor Sabinsky 



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Any JDHS student leaving the 
school at the end of the school day can 
see the boys soccer team running 
their laps, prirning up for their next 
game. These practices led the boys 
soccer team to their new title as 
Conference Champions. 

Adam Moss, a sophomore on the 
boys varsity soccer team, remem- 
bers these runs being helpful be- 
cause it made them 'feel like one 
team- and not individual players." 
Feeling united as a team obviously 
helped these boys on the field come 
game time. 

Something else that aided the 
team to its success was the team's 
talented captains and supportive fans. 
Both had inspiring words encourag- 
ing the team to play their best. Adam 
felt, '"They influenced us to play bet- 
ter," as I'm sure the rest of the team 
felt as well 

All the hard work that the play- 
ers put forth and all the talent that 
they brought to the team, led the 
boys varsity soccer team to their 
Conference Championship victory, a 
memory they will never forget 
Elena Martinez 



VARSITY 




Top row (left to right): Jacob Delmauro, Alejandro Chicoma, Matthew 
Sauerhoff, Adam Shai, Dmytro Tereshchuk, Frederic Vilasco, Jonathan 
Denning, Coach Fabiano (middle row) Edwin Ocampo, Adrian Quinn, 
Kaliff Mohamad, Marco Pannella, Daniel Shabat, Adam Moss (bottom 
row) Boris Pivtorak, Kenny Glennon, David Sauerhoff, Daniel Sauerhoff, 
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Top row (left to right): Coach Griffin, David Shewitz, Jorge Gamboa, 
Anthony Romeo, Vitaliy Patsay, Michael Miranda, Andres Mosquera, 
Adam Schwarzberg (middle row) Michael Dubiel, Jared Model, Robert 
Krebner, Justin Chiu, Alexander Grey, Daniel Cohen, Irving Cam 
(bottom row) Kenny Glennon, Matthew Butler, Venkatesh Vigneswaran, 
Adam Frank, Joe Pulice 






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The 2004 girls Soccer team ended their season with a record of 7 -II and 4 -O in tM 
conference. The "With losing our goalie from the past four years, there was more pressure I 
everyone to work harder as a team in order to reach a winning record." says Senior Amanda DiCocI 
Although the girls started their season with a few rough games, they all pulled together to make m 
season worthwhile. 

For the fourth consecutive year, the Girls Soccer team has made it to the State toumarr*^ 
They give thanks to their coaches, who guided them step-by-step thorough the season. "Mr. CoJ 
and Mr. Kinder really knew how to make our team laugh when it was needed They were serious wti 
the time was right, and they made the team enjoy being together. They pressed the team to wl 
together, and put forth the effort that was necessary." says Sophomore Allison Schachtel. 
Despite the loss of the goalie 
the girls have played with for the 
4 years, and the lack of freshman- 
rls soccer team really came to- 
in the end They gave IOO% of 
each day. regardless if they were 
a game, or just at practice. With 
hard work and dedcation any- 
thing is possible, and the girls 
soccer team definitely posses 
all the qualities of a winning 
team! ~ Elizabeth Rodriguez 

Riglit: Ally graciously accepts 
flowers from a senior cheer- 
leader to celebrate her years 
dedicated to the girls soccer 
team. 





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Left to Right (Top Roxv): Kathryn Marx, Samantha Kennedy, Haley Rottenberg, Katelyn 
Viverito, Kalli Turcott, Lindsay Schuckman, Akeama Hill, Cristin Zavoki, Cassie Title 
(Middle Row): Amanda DiCocco, Marisa Proto, Courtney Brahm, Elizabeth Rodriguez, 
Kathryn Stigliano, Jennifer Karl, Nicole Papazaglou, Alexia Moriello (Bottom Row): 
Alyssa Karl, Carly Athan, Allison Schactel, Cristina Imbriano, Alyson Helfand 





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unbeatable, Cristin stands 

with confidence. 

Photo 2: Coach Cozza 

contemplates who to 

send in next. 







Plioto 3: Sophomore Alyssa 

Karl demonstrates perfect 

form while throwing the ball. 

Plioto 4: Courtney 
Brahm does whatever 
it takes to get the ball. 



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Below: Justin can feel 
the wind in his hair. 



Left: Lyndsey takes 
the lead! 



Below: The cross country team will certainly miss seniors | 
Lena Johnson, Kyle Canton, and Brian Tavis next year. 



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Above: Rita is making 
her move. 



Both the boys and girls cross country teams at Dayton had a successful season this year. The season's results 
for the girls team, coached by Mr. Byrne, consisted of a handful of wins and placing third out of 160 in the conference. 
Although the girls team consists of only six juniors and two freshmen, they still manage to put up a fight against 
those upperclassmen from other schools and are sure to become even better in years to come. These girls show 
dedication to the sport." said Lam Nguyen, member of the boys team. 

The boys team, coached by Mr. Kozub. had a decent year, but definitely had the most fun out of any Dayton 
fall sport team. The great combination of joking around and seriousness that occurs at practices and meets made 
for a fun season. 'The two senior co-captains. Brian Tavis and Kyle Canton, always seem to make the best of things." 
said Lam Nguyen. 

Aside from these seniors, the boys team had a good turn out this year with II underclassmen joining the team. 
Freshman David Steinman was one unexpected surprise this season. "He started the season as an underdog, but 
as the season progressed, he quickly became Dayton's top Bulldawg."claims freshman Lucas Biebelberg. We are still 
a young team, but "the future of the team looks good with freshman David Steinman as top runner."said Lam Nguyen. 
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Left to Right (top row): Coach Kozub, Adam Hirst, Lam Nguyen, Fideliya Gulchina, Brian 
Tavis, Elliot Grossman, Alex Blum, Alissa Montouri, Lena Johnson, Meryl William, Coach 
Byrne (middle row): Gregory Stanziale, Andrew Ghilino, Justin Herrel, Dan Aron, Jill 
Kuzma, Kyle Canton, Catherine Loschiavo, Lyndsey Krumholz (bottom row): Lucas 
Biebelberg, David Steinman, Peter Sandler, Melissa Itidiare, Cathy Dymek, Rita Huber 





Above: Captain Cathy 

Dymek leaves all the others 

in the dust. 



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GIRLS VOLLEYBALL 



This year's volleyball season was known as a 
rebuilding year. Although there were only a few 
returning varsity players, this year's team finished the 
season with a lot of confidence and pride. The varsity 
team includes seniors, Shira Weinstein, Jacqueline Weiss, 
Jessica Roland, Lauren Ginsberg, and Christina Leshko. 
The rest of the team is made up of a mix of juniors and 
seniors. All of these girls got to know each other well 
during the season. 

Throughout the season both varsity and J.V. played 
many tough teams including Union Catholic, Rahway, and 
New Providence. Junior Nicole Corigliano says that the 
hardest part of the season was "waking away from a loss 
with our heads up high." Senior Shira Weinstein says, "We 
always play tough teams. Even though we don't always 



win, it makes us stronger overall" 

Varsity Coach Heather Wells and J.V. coach Jessica On 
were great coaches for this year's team. Sophomore 
Janine Kahoonei says, "They helped both on and off the 
court making me a better person and player." 

This year's captains Jessica Roland and Jacqueline 
Weiss played a large role in the season. Not only were 
they two of the few returning varsity players, but they 
also made an impact on the team on and off the court 
Janine adds, "They helped me when I was down and 
were there if I needed to talk to them." 

Overall, the girls had amazing season. They got 
to know each other well and played well as a team. The 
team is sad to see the seniors leave and hope for 
another great season next year. - Jacqueline Weiss 




Above: Christina stretches 
for the ball. 



Above: Janine is not going to 

let these two blockers get in 

her way from scoring. 



Above: These seniors cannot 

believe the season is coming 

to an end. 



Above: Lauren cannot wait 

for the ball to come back 

down so she can score. 




Left to right (top row): Coach Orr, Shira Weinstein, Jacqueline Weiss, Nicole 
Corigliano, Jessica Roland, Angie Heiba, Coach Wells (middle row): Nicole 
Diament, liana Gutman, Lauren Ginsberg, Nicole Waknine, Melissa Guida 
(bottom row): Biance Rhodes, Janine Kahoonei, Stephanie Santos 

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Left to right (top row): 
Coach Wells, Katie 
Venazia, Sharon 
Shliechkorn, Alyssa 
Cariani, Taryn Fromer, 
SolMarie Diaz, Coach Orr 
(middle row): Katherine 
Ziering, Stephanie Cruz, 
Bianca Rhodes, Natalie 
Tashlitsky, Carrie Ann 
Bertschy (bottom row): 
Angie Heiba, Nicole 
Waknine, liana Gutman, 
Nicole Diament 




Above: Dawgs on three.... 
one....two....three...dawgs! 



Right: Jessica and 

Jacqueline are proud to be 

this year's captains. 






\bove: Jessica watches as the Above: Angie, liana, Janine, Above: Shira gets down and 
ball soars over the net. and Nicole cannot wait for ready. 

the game to start. 




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GiRbs Tennis 



The Girls Varsity Tennis team always seems to be having a great time on and off the courts. Four- 
year player and senior Rachel Dushkin feels that, "It's really fun because we are all friends and close 
during the season." The team this season is comprised of seniors Abby Wilkenfeld, Dara Poltrock, 
Cassie Fishkin, Stacey Fonseca, Rachel Dushkin and Jaime Weisman, juniors Laryssa Lukiw, and Sarah 
Suffir, and sophomore Sandi Wilkenfeld. All six seniors are finishing out their fourth and final season 
at Jonathan Dayton. "It's sad; we really have had a lot of fun every year. I have lots of great memories 
of playing," said Jaime Weisman about her time spent on the team. 

This season has been different than others because the team moved into a higher conference than 
they had played in past years. Abby Wilkenfeld, one of the team captains, said that "it's more 
challenging physically and mentally to play teams that are at a little higher of a skill level and we lose 
more often, but winning feels twice as good." The girls don't seem to lack any confidence despite their 
challenging matches. They really put forth their best effort at every match. The line up this season places 
Abby Wilkenfeld at first singles, Dara Poltrock at second second singles, and Cassie Fishkin at third 
singles. Rachel Dushkin and Jaime Weisman hold down first doubles and Stacey Fonseca and Laryssa 
Lukiw are at second doubles. Sarah Suffir and Sandi Wilkenfeld alternate positions. 

Looking to the future, the girls anticipate a few more wins toward the end of the season. As for 
advice for future players, Dara Poltrock suggests to "try your hardest, have fun and make sure you can 
make tennis a priority." If there's one thing they could change, says senior Stacey Fonseca it would be, 
"the uniforms that look like 
they were made twenty 

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aren't only athletes, but 
fashion conscious as well. 
~ Cassie Fishkin 



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Left to right (top row): Stacey 

Fonseca, Dara Poltrock, Abby 

Wilkenfeld, Sandi Wilkenfeld, 

Jaime Weisman, Coach Bill 

Prisco (bottom row) Sarah 

Suffir, Rachel Dushkin, 

Laryssa Lukiw. 







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closely so she won't miss. 

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Aboue: Team captains Cassie Fishkin and Abby 
Wilkenfeld helped lead the girls tennis team to this 
year's many victories. 



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GYMNASTICS 

The Jonathan Dayton High School gymnastics team has much to be proud of td 
season. Co-opting with David Brearly High School of Kenilworth. the gymnastics tea 
is led by captains Kerri Griffin of JDHS and Gabby Guarino of DBHS. Represent!! 
JDHS are gymnasts Kerri Griffin, Erica Sperber, Andie Sablosky and Jodie Cottag 
For DBHS are Gabby Guarino, Lisa Madonia, Mallory McElroy, Katherine DePaiij 
Megan Izzo, Kristin Mraz, Jenna Shaloum, and Jessica Zalutco. 

The girls perform in four events; bars, vault, floor and balance beam. This season v* 
finished with a record of 2-7 and a handful of team and individual accomplishments. J 
a team the girls swept Counties and Sectionals, receiving first place at both compel 
tions. Andie Sablosky and Jessica Zalutco were awarded first team all conferenc 
while Lisa Madonia and Mallory McElroy received Honorable Mention. 

Captain Kerri Griffin is excitedly looking forward to next season, but reflecting upl 
this season she says, "Individual skills need work but we pulled together when » 
needed to most- and were able to win counties and sectionals, I couldn't ask for m<j 
than that."" ~ Cassie Fishkin 




Left to right: Count? Champions, Mallory 

McElroy, Jessiqa Zalutko, Andie 

Sablosky, Lisa Mauonia, Kerri Griffin 



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Have you got that spirit? The Jonathan 
Dayton Cheerleaders definitely did. This year's 
varsity squad was better than the rest. Even with 
twelve members, the squad improved immensely 
with new stunting skills and acrobatics. The season's 
captains were Jaclyn Salant and Jaime Rutkowski, 
while seniors Kristina Mitjans and Taylor Sabinsky 
helped the squad shine with their on-going spirit. 
The rest of the squad included juniors Kerri Griffin 
and Linda Cinicolo, sophomores Lauren Haliczer, 
Kelsey Mason, Alyssa Karl, Amber Crosby, Hannah 
Vandermeriren, and freshman Erin Cunningham. 

With the help of coaches Ms. Horowitz and Mrs. 
Harms, these girls shined 
in every basketball game. 
Captain Jaime Rutkowski 
said, "If it wasn't for the 
coaches hard work and 
dedication, we wouldn't 
be at the level we're at." 
From sit down cheers to 
the half-time dance, this 
Dayton squad always has 
the fans on the edge of 
their seat. The girls have 

Right: Alyssa Karl, Lauren 

Haliczer, Amber Crosby, 

Hannah Vandermeiren. 

Middle: Kerri Griffin, 

Kristina Mitjans, Linda 

Cinicolo, Taylor Sabinsky 

Bottom: Captains Jaime 

Rutkowski and Jaclyn Salant 



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Cheerleading 

Captains 
keep a smile 

on each 
others faces. 




cheeredtheirwayallthe 
way to competition. 

'The cheerleaders 
are like one big family," according to Captain Jaclyn 
Salant. "We all respect and benefit from each other, 
and we're always having fun together." Their close- 
ness has definitely contributed to making this year's 
winter cheerleading squad another great success. These 
four senior girls were very happy that they were able 
to cheer with the best of the best. Best of luck to next 
year's squad! ~ Jaime Rutkowski, Kristina Mitjans, 
and Lauren Haliczer 





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Riglit: Sophomore Lauren Haliczer 
stands high above the crowd. 



Left: The spirit 
of the Senior 
captains Jaime 
Rutkowski 
and Jaclyn 
Salant, and the 
Bulldog sure 
will be missed 
next season. 





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Senior 

Taylor 

Sabinsky 

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"Orange 

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BASKETBALL 



The 2004-2005 basketball team, led by team cap- 
tains Eson Jenkins, Robby Shabat, and Raul Furnaguera, 
had a very successful year. This year's varsity team had a 
totally different look than last year with the addition of two 
new key players who were new to the team: Captain Eson 
Jenkins and freshman shooting guard David Steinman. The 
varsity team, along with these two, was able to make it to 
counties in one piece. As if that weren't enough, the boys 
were able to prove that they could accomplish anything they 
set their minds to. 

With the help and support of Head Coach David 
"Hollywood" Nash and Assistant Coaches Brian Costello and 
Mike Abbate, the team was able to make it as far as states. 
Senior Captain Raul Furnaguera says, "Our coach's hard 
work and passion for the sport is displayed through the 
players. They are the ones who have inspired us the most." 

Topping last year's record of 7-13, the boys have 
ended their season with a record of 9-8, and to top that off, 



this has been the first time since season 2001-2002 t 
these skilled boys were able to make it to States. "I'm v< 
excited about this year knowing we did so well and pla\ 
competitively," claims Robby Shabat. 

For some of the players, it has been the last seas 
that they have shared with each other as a team. In additi 
to Senior Captains Rob Shabat and Raul Furnague 
seniors Michael Mason, Michael Kronen, Jesse Fischbe 
Michael Tiss, and Jesse Weatherston recognize that th 
"ripping days are finally over," according to senior M 
Kronen. "We're a hard-working team, and we deserved 
make it this far," he added. 

New Head Coach Dave Nash and Assistant Coach 
Brain Costello and Mike Abbate intended to change the w 
the Bulldogs played this year and managed to turn tf 
capable program into one filled with champions. T, 
Bulldogs had a great season and hope to have many mo 
down the road. - Genesis Vasquez & Mike Kronen 




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hove: With his game face on, Jesse is 
ilady to face the opposing team. 

Ight: Jesse won't let anyone make a 
iot in this game. 

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'low: Coach Nash gives the team the 

?y to victory. 

•loiv (right): Eson takes a quick breath 
fore he continues his breakthrough 
rformance. 





Above: David gets down, 
rough, dirty, and mean. 




Above: Danny perfects his 
skills during warmups. 




Above: Joe blocks yet 
another team's pass. 




Left to right (top row): Jesse Alava, Elliott Grossman, Chris 
Muckle, Jeff Feter, Coach Brian Castello 
(bottom row): Mike Debil, Danny Shabat, Kevin Jiang, 
Kyle Seeley 



Left to right (top row): Coach Mike Abbate, Benjamin Zweiman, 
Henselie Porquin, Justin Chiu, Cal Johnson, [ustin Dotoli, 
Scott Reyes, Dan DiCocco, Ron-Roscoe Sabale, Kylie karp 
(bottom row): Justin Ruzol, Kyle Mitchell, Joey Pulice, Kenn) 
Glennon, Amateo Bido, Anthony Romeo, forge Gamboa 

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Co-Captains 

Amanda 

and Cristin 

show team 

spirit. 



The team 
shows off 
their tro- 
phies after 
winning the 
holiday 
tournament. 

The girls 

listen to 

Mr. Rennie 

as he gives 

them the 
game plan 

during a 

timeout. 




Above: Amanda and Katelyn 
fight through the defense to 
grab the ball. 

Right: Cristin finds yet another 
hole in the ceiling before she 
goes up with the shot. 

Beloxo (left): Val dribbles aggres- 
sively between two people. 

Below (middle): The girls get 
pumped up in their pre-game 
huddle. 

Below (right): Dara protects the 
ball as she gets ready to pass it 
to an open teammate. 



Above: These seniors are smiling, 
but they are truly sad to go. 



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Left to right (top row): Samantha Kennedy, Katelyn Viverito, Alyssa 
Cariaru, Nicole Corigliano, Valerie Upton, Rita Huber 
(bottom row): Jennifer Santucci, Courtney Brahm, Amanda DiCocco, 
Cristin Zavocki, Dara Poltrock, Deane DeCosta 



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As defending champions of the Mountain Valley Confer- 
ence, and led by Captains Amanda D/Cocco, Cristin Zavocki, 
and seniors Dara Poltrock, and DeAne DeCosta, the girls' 
basketball team had a great reputation to live up to ths year. 
Fortunately ending the season with a winning record and a 
section title proved the varsity girls could hold their own. "We 
all put in a great amount of effort, and dedication which is what 
contributed to such a successful season," senior Amanda 
DKDocco said. 

When Head Coach Dave Rennie was asked how the team 
was so successful, he was quick to comment that" it was a direct 
result of the team's dedication and hard work." He explained, 
'This group of girls had an understanding of what it took to win. 
They were all willing to make sacrifices for the team." 

During the season Dayton hosted the first Joseph Pepe 
Memorial Tournament and was able to come away with the 
championship win! Led by Captains Amanda D/Cocco and 

Cristin Zavocki, the girls 
defeated tough teams like 
Oak Knoll, Mount St. Mary's, 
and AL. Johnson. Those 
wins gave the girls the 
confidence they neede to 
win the sectional title in the 
state tournament. 
~ Cristin Zavocki, Dara 
Poltrock, & Janis Cohen 

Far left: Cristin dribbles 
past her defender to get to 
the basket. 

Left: Katelyn gets dis- 
tracted by a rowdy fan. 





Left to right (top row): Janis Cohen, Samantha Kennedy, Meryl William, Alyssa 
Cariani, Nicole Corigliano, Tiffany Dodson, Coach Dave Campbell 
(bottom row): Nikki Stauhs, Allison Schachtel, Rita Huber, Jennifer Santucci, 
Courtney Brahm 



Above: Amanda backs her girl 

into the post as she goes in for 

the lay-up. 



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Next Stop, Canada, for the Hockey Hall of Fame 

This season the Dayton Ice Hockey team set very high goals for 
themselves. They had a lot to live up to since last year they got to the 
semi-finals for the Kelly Cup, and the year prior to that they had won 
a conference title. The team led by Captains Cory Berger, Rob Carroll, 
and Justin McElory (Kenilworth), along with the rest of the team, 
worked very hard this season to beat rivals Governor Livingston and 
Milburn High School, who always serve as intense competition. "This 
year I have learned that a team can overcome all odds, no matter what," 
says sophomore Ben Preston when discussing those competitive games 
played on the ice. 

The team is made up of Dayton and Brearley players, freshmen 
through seniors and when asked how they get along, junior Matt 
Parman replies. "Just like a family." They have team dinners and get 
along very well on and off the ice. When asked about the Dayton- 
Brearley co-op Matt also said, "We're glad that we get to have Brearley 
players. Not only does it bring in more talent, but also brings in more 
fans at the games." 

Not losing many players from last year has helped their successful 
season. With so much talent on the team, if the first line players Steve 
Mandel. Paul Leokumovich, and Rich Kolovyanoky, ever need a break 
they can always count on players like Cory Berger, 
Steven Dector, Gregg Stefanelli and Jimmy 
Guarino to do the job on the ice. Freshmen Vinny 
Inneo and Adam Frank have also contributed to 
the success of the offensive line. Defensively, 
Matt Parman, Jon Beri, Ben Preston, and Alex 
Neubauer have done a great job, but just in case, 
there is always our goalie Neil Hinkes! 

The upperclassmen always serve as motivation 
for the underclassmen, which is why the four 
seniors will be greatly missed. "The seniors are all 
great leaders and the team is not going to be the 
same without them. I know the whole team will 
miss them," declares Ben Preston. The Dawgs have 
had a great season, getting into states with a 10-7-2 
record and 8-3-1 in their conference. The team hopes 
to go far in states and to keep going down the success- 
lul road 
they have 
taken so far 
this season. 
Nicole 
Waknine 
and Carly 
Athan 




Above: Steve gets lines up his shot. 



Below (left): Below (right): These four 

Gregg is ready to seniors, Con-, Paul, Steve, at 

win the puck in Justin, will be greatly misse 
this face-off. on the ice next season. 



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Above: Paul shoots. ..and he scores! 



.eft : Cory holds off a defender as he tries to 
;et a shot on goal. 



Left: The team unites for a quick 
huddle before the game. 



Right: Justin and Vinny are 

ready to recieve the puck 

for a breakaway. 





Right: Jimmy tried to 

gain control of the 

puck. 




Left: Steven skates 
back preparing 
himself for an 
oncoming offender. 





i Left to right (top row): Cory Berger, Ben Preston, Rob Carroll, Steven Dector, Steven Mandel, 
Justin McElroy (middle row): Paul Leokumovich, Jason Cappa, Alex Neubauer, Jimmy 
Guarino, Gregg Stefanelli, Matt Parman, Eric Dworkin 

(bottom row): Neil Hinkes, Evan Ring, Adam Frank, Vinny Inneo, Adrianna Hackett 
Camera Shy: Richard Kolovyanoky and Jonathan Beri 



Above: Neil takes his place in 

front of the goal to prepare for 

the game. 



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Jonathan Dayton Winter Track has 
been very productive; the winning com- 
bination of returning members and new 
recruits has greatly improved the maek 
up of the team. Led by coaches Mr. 
Byrne, Mr. Cozza and Mr. Kozub, the 
team is encouraged to practice harder 
and build up its 
confidence at 
meets. Dayton's 
Track stars love 
their coaches. "Mr. 
Byrne is the man," 
Alissa Montouri 
excitedly states. 
Although the team 
has no captains, 
they are not lack- 
ing leadership "It 

was a group effort," says Senior Brian 
Tavis. 

Some of the team's goals for this 
year were to beat more teams, jump 
higher, and acquire better times. Jun- 
ior Ryan Lantier says, "My goals for 




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this year were to beat my times in my 
races and to clear a higher height." 
Each team member trains hard to per- 
fect the technique for his or her indi- 
vidual events. Ryan Lantier and Cassie 
Title say, "We are doing better than last 
year, our athletes are in better shape." 

"Team mo- 
rale is great! At meets 
we really do cheer 
one another on," 
added Brian Tavis. 
Team members 
cheer while partici- 
pating in shot put, 
numerous running 
events, including 
sprints, hurtles, and 
the high jump. 
Winter Track is well on their 
way to making this one of their best 
years. The team plans to keep up the 
good work next year and will truly 
miss their graduating teammates. 
~ Gen Ciullo and Jessica Girandola 




Senior Andre 
Parker shows 
off his style 
before he 
changes into 
his track 
clothes for 
the big meet. 



Above: Senior Jimmy 
Cottage takes a much 
needed break from track tc 
stock up on his carbs in the 
lunchroom. 



Right: Ryan and Brian are 

desperarte for a drink as 

they take their 8th lap 

around the the school. 



Below: Senior Kena Mena 
paces herself as she jets 
around the halls of Daytort. 





Above: Ashley is anxious to get 
rid of that heavy shot put. 



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Left to right (top row): Coach Cozza, Coach Byrne, Brain T<i\is, Zachar, 
Vandermeiren, Daniel Cohen, Alex Blum, Ryan Lantier, Coach Kozub 
(middle row): Jared Model, Alex Grey, Adam Moss, Justin Herrel, Michat 
Warman, Andrew Ghilino, Zachary Kaston (bottom row): Carlos Freeman, An 
drew Tettamanti, James Cottage, Steven Tettamanti, Kyle Canton, Lam Nguyer 




Above: Steve strains to 

make the shot put go the 

distance 



Left to right (top row): Coach Cozza, Coach Byrne, Alissa Montouri, 

Fideliya Gulchina, Melissa Bookbinder, Halie Rottenberg, Coach 

IjKozub (middle row): Maria Proto, Jillian Kuzma, Kena Mena, 

|j Catherine Loschiavo, Akeama Hill, Ashley Little (bottom row): 

|| Carly Athan, Catherine Dymeck, Cassie Title, Brooke Schuckman 



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Hany Elshiekh, Mark Arredondo, Conor Shannon, 
Danny Rivera. Chris Bauknight. Jesse Boyden, Anthony Evans. Eric DeBeau 
Chris Laudati. Mike Lawson. Dan Gregory, Steve Margolin. 
£engewald. Danny Schnal, Christian Vallejo 

Robert Piper, Dan Conroy, Matt Loffa, Elon Trager, Jem 
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Left: Chris Bauknight is 
waiting for the perfect time 
to make his move. 



Below: There are only six of 
them, but these Dayton 
wrestlers leave their mark 
on the mat. 



Above: Freshman Elon 

Traeger is honored to 

be wrestling on 

Varsity with senior 

top wrestlers. 



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whatever it takes to get 

Baldwin on his back. 






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Above: Senior Captain Mike Lawson is ready to 
take on anyone who comes in his way. 



WRESTLING 

The 2004 2005 Wrestling team had a very successful 
season Each day, dressed and ready for practice, six Dayton students 
traveled to Br ear ley and by 3515 were on the nuts ready to go 
Since Dayton does not have its own team being teamed up with 
Brearley gave these wrestlers the opportunity to participate in a 
sport in which they all love. The coaches and even the managers 
shared the exact same love for the sport as the team members did 
The managers really got us pumped before each match I don t 
know what the team would have done without them, and luckily 
they're going to manage again next year," says sophomore Jem 
Vigilante 

It takes a certain something to be a wrestler. The physical 
and mental challenges a wrestler must endure can sometimes be more 
than one can handle. "I'm no Dan Gable, or anything, but I go out 
there every match giving it my all And when it's all over, I can 
live to say I wreslted because at the end of the day wrestling is 
by far the hardest sport of all," says Senior Captain Mike Lawson 
Team members learn more than how to wrestle. Being a part of 
this sport, or any sport for that matter, "teaches one respect, how 
to deal with failing and getting back up, dignity, and diligence I 
know after wrestling, everything will seem so much easier," says 
Mike 

It is obvious that the boys put forth much hard work and 
dedication during the long winter season, ending the season with a 
record of 13 and 10. With only five seniors leaving, next season 
is expected to be Victorious as well - Elizabeth Rodriguez 




Sports 1 25 



Left: Newcomer and 
unior Joey Palitto 
shows he's more 
comfortable with the 
backstroke than anv 
other. 




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SWIMMING 



Above: Se- 

lors: Jen, Pat, 

and Katie 

told the lane 

line as they 

wait for the 

rest of their 

work out to 

begin. 



The 2004-2005 season made a hugh splash with membersfrom both 
Srearby and Dayton Rebounding from the bss of some valiabb senbrs, swbmers 
from all grades stewed It up the year. New coach Samantha Mason with retiming coach 
Kely Ford created a diabolical team "Cir coaches are young," says sophomore Rose 
Crosby, "making them easier to talk to about personal and team esues. We're like a 
family." They truly are a family. Each meet e filled with cheers from fdbw team members, 
and coaches as well keeping team rmcrab high 

The Payton-Brearby swm team has a dose "family^' element like 
most of the sports at Dayton "I'm the Grandma!" says Sr. Captain Lauren Ginsberg. 
Other captains senior Jen Karl and Brearby senkT Kate Hcrnig rep the coaches cut 
in reaching the team of twenty-six This is one of the largest swim teams in recent 
years. From new tainted freshmen -to the senior veterans, everyone on the team 
brings a Irttb bit of something different to the tabb. 

Butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyb are the far 
amazing ways the team gets to the wal Even though the ratb of grls to boys was 
four to ore, the mab force in the swm team was felt strongly Newcomer and senior 
Patrick Creel created waves with his 50-meter freestyb. Second year a\ arard swimmer Joshua Aran cbaned up by racing in 
two ndi/idual events and ore relay in the Hilsboro meet. Two-year veterans Kali Tircott and Rose Crosby, both sophomores, 
aofeed that the was the first big year for Paytonf3rearby boys in recent years. 

?raztm 6 held at n^ht, unlike other sports. "It hej^s that practce is late, because it means that I have time after school 
to do thwe before I go," says junor Chris Mattice. With a difference of ophon, few have fought to have practice early to prevent 
from getting home anywhere between 9. 1 5 and 9:45. 

Continuing the DaytonT3rearby tradition of co-opting the swm team has benef rtted from the merge. Senior Captain 
Kate Hcrnig from Brearby can show off her stokes whib stl having in with the Dayton kids. Coach Ford stahes, "The team did 
very well this year, and next year will be even better." Ending the season with a 5-6 record was still better than last year, but 
the team still has room to grow. The team's level of dedication will carry them to individual victores as wel as overall team trurph 
~ Ginger Crosby 




Abozv: Hey heres an amazing 

swimmer, Sophomore Josh 

really shines on this Dayton 

team. 




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SPRING TR 






After a very long winter season, the Jonathan Dayton 
Spring Track team welcomed the warm weather. Just as the 
flowers began to bloom, outdoor practices resumed to the 
runners' delight. With a large number of members continuing 
with track from the winter season, the ability to practice out- 
doors was a major plus. "It beats running laps around the halls," 
said senior Kyle Canton, "I like to observe the flora and fauna 
and take in the essence that is spring track." 

Along with Kyle, this was the last track season for many 
others, among them Jimmy Cottage, Brian Tavis, Cassie Title, 
Steven Tettamanti, Kena Mena, and Adam Shai. Coaches Cozza, 
Byrne, and Kozub and all of the underclassmen on the team will 
definitely miss them, although I'm sure that these departing 
seniors will not miss the sprinting and drilling that was required 
of them. 

Also unlike winter track, spring track trained for the discus 
throw, shot-put, javelin, high jump, and long jump. The diver- 
sity and challenging nature of these events keep the students 
motivated and their spirits high. Of course, there is the classic 
100-meter, 200-meter, 400-meter, 800-meter, 1-mile, and 2-mile. 
Whether it is for stress-release, socializing with friends, or love 
of the 

game, the 
track team 
was an en- 
joyable ex- 
perience 
for all of 
the partici- 
pants. 
-Maria 
Rosenfeld 







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thought, Alissa 

focuses on keeping a 

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Leff to Rzg7rt: (to/; row) Coach Kozub, Alex Blum, Ryan Lantier, Eric 
DeBea, Mike Wallach, Adam Shai, Tommy Ruffolo, Brian Tavis, 
Marco Panella, Andy Ghilino, Coach Bryne, Coach Kindler 
V middle row) Justin Herrel, Michael Warman, Dan Axon, Justin Chiu, 
Michael Levy, Alex Grey, Zach Kaston, Andrew Tettimanti (bottom 
row) Greg Stansial, Kyle Canton, Steve Milliard, Jonathan Nunez, 
fimmy Cottage, Boris Analuisa, Dan Sauerhoff 



GIRLS TEAM 




Left to Right: (top row) Ashley Little, Kathryn Marx, Ananda Ravello, 
Kalli Turcott, Dalia Golchina, Akeama Hill, Marissa Proto, Lindsey 
Krumholtz, Melanie Wang, Coach Byrne (middle roiv) Melissa Book- 
binder, Cathy Dymek, Maria Inneo, Cassie Title, Kylie Karp, Carissa 
Clark, Melissa Ititdare (bottom row) Lisa Horowitz, liana Gutman, 
Christina Imbriano, Megan Izzo, Tracy Horowitz, Dori Stober 




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Below: Nothing gets 
past Lam. 



Below: Avery puts all of 

his strength into this 

winning shot. 



Below: Alex and Jared are 

two strong Juniors who will 

help carry the team next year. 



Below: Coach Prisco 

shows his skills to the 

team. 




BOYS TENNIS 

Dayton's boys tennis team had yet another suc- 
cessful season. With a winning record of 13-7 last year, 
and a team full of solid, skilled players, the boys hoped 
to end their season with an even better record. 

Despite the loss of our first singles player, Brandon 
Baron, the other players led the team to believe that 
they could be just as good, if not better, than last year's. 
"Everyone is a year better and a year stronger, and we 
all played in the off season," said senior Steve Mandel. 
The rest of the team consists of Joe Palitto playing first 
singles, Steve Mandel playing second singles, and 
Mario Grant as third singles. Lam Nguyen and Avery 
Pangalangan play first doubles, and Jared Model and 
Jason Usdin as second doubles. Alex Gorelik, Justin 
Wolf, and Max Fishkin alternate positions. 

The team's toughest match this season was against 
New Providence, Dayton's biggest rival. Two years 
ago they beat them in States, and in last year's matches 
they lost to them once and won to them once. After 
conquering New Providence, Dayton's number one 
goal was to win the sectional title. Their other main 
priorities were to have a winning season and to make 
States. Senior Steve Mandel does not believe that it is 
difficult to make the States and win a couple of rounds, 
but it is always harder to win the sectional title. 

As for the location of their matches, the team 
prefers home games to away games; when the games 
are at home they play on the courts they are used to and 
they have their fans to cheer them on and get them 
energized. When asked if there were any conflicts 
among teammates, Steve replied, "We all get along 
really well and support one another. We're like one big 
happy family." ~ Stacey Fonseca 

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Below: Steve bends down low to win this point. 





Left to Right: (top row) 

Jared Model, Jason 

Usdin, Jordan 

Odette, Joe Palitto, 

Max Fishkin, Coach 

Prisco 

(bottom 

row) Mario 

Grant, 

Avery 

Pangalangan, 

Lam 

Nguyen, 

Alex 

Gorelik 




Left to Right: (top row) Jon Beri, Adam Schwartzberg, Ben 
Preston, Nate Sobel, Ervin Card, Coach Keele (middle row) r 
(Peter Sandler, Seth Benzell, Brian Heller, Justin Wolf, Alex 
Jish (bottom row) Robert Krebner, Matt Osit, and David Bao 




Above: Steve strikes a 
pose on the tennis court. 



H Above: Joe's got his game face on 



Mario is all ready to win 
this point in this close match. 



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Jonathan Dayton's golf team has improved 
greatly over the years, due to a lot of dedication and 
practice on the green. Captains Mike Tiss and Adam 
Sherman are head of it all, overlooking a team coached 

by Mr. Steginga. Practices, held at the 

Baltursol Golf Course, usually consist 
of grouping in pairs, and playing nine 
holes for about two hours. "Some 
days we go to the driving range 
and Steginga gives us instruction and 
teaches us certain techniques to im- 
prove our game," says first year fresh- 
man Eric Dworkin. 

Starting off in a new conference 
this year, Dayton's golf team has high 
hopes of doing as well as they did last 
year. "I feel like our season will go 
really well," Eric said. "We'll be fac- 
ing harder teams but I feel like we'll 
have a strong season." Adam Sherman 
added, "We had our first game on 
April 1 st and won, but since we've 
won conference the past two years, 
we've moved up. Hopefully with six 
seniors on the team, we'll have a good season." 

The golf team has a dynamic line up, consisting 
of six seniors: Mike Tiss, Adam Sherman, Adam 




Above: Senior 
swings into a 



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perfect shot. 



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Ross, Matt Sauerhoff, Donald Cherry and Jon Der 
ning. Alternate players, who go in as the sixth persoi 
are determined later on in the season. "I'm prel 
excited about being a part of the team, considering thi 
is my first year on it. I'm competing really hard for on 

of the alternate spots," Eric said abou 

the team. 

The general consensu 
about the season is that the playeij 
are hopeful for a successful year. Wifjj 
strong, experienced players and nev 
challenges, everyone is hopeful tha 
the team will rise to the occasioii 
Sadly, this is the last year for mani 
seniors. Mike Tiss and Adam Shermai 
both agree that this season will be ' 
sad one, as it is their last one playinj 
for Dayton. "It's sad that this is rnj 
last season," Adam Sherman saiq 
"Golf is not too competitive, so itj 
fun. I won't be playing much durinj 
the school year after this." As fq 
Mike Tiss, he wanted to give advice 
the underclassmen to help them 
future seasons: "Play as much as yoj 
can. Don't play your opponent, play yourself 
Justine Burke 



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Above: Will Adam's perfect form 
lead to a hole in one? 

Right: Donald Cherry 
focuses to make his put. 

Far right (top): Matt watches his 
golf ball fly onto the green. 

Far right (bottom): Mike has avid 
onlookers as he goes for par. 

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Left: Evan Ring swings 
through and hopes he won't 
land in the rough. 

Far left: Michael DuBiel hits 
the ball right on the money, 
it's sure to be a winning 
stroke. 

Below: Adam Ross's stance 
is perfect, setting him up for 
an excellent shot. 





Left: 
Jason 
swings 
to win it 
all! 



\Left to Right: Jason Cappa, Evan Ring, Michael DuBiel, Kyle Seeley, Adam 
Sherman, Mike Tiss, Donald Cherry, Coach Stigenga. Not pictured: Adam Ross 



Above: Mike, Adam, and Don 

stand by eagerly waiting to take 

their shots. 



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The snow finally cleared, the grass started 
to regain its green color, and softball was in 
the air. The season began with high hopes for 
a successful and enjoyable run and Dayton's 
girls experienced just that. Since March, 
Dayton's softball team had been training to 
prepare for the 2005 season and come April 
they were expected to play their hardest. 

Led by coaches Lynch and Tuma, both 
the JV and Varsity teams held intense prac- 
tices focusing on batting, fielding drills, and 
conditioning. The first three weeks of practice 
was held inside due to the rainy weather and 
unexpected spring snowstorm; however, once 
the team made its way outside, everyone 
pulled together to make the most of every 
practice. Senior Rachel Dushkin felt that "from 
day one the team was eager to play and moti- 
vated to come out with a winning season." 
And the girls did in fact come out on top, 
finishing their season with an impressive 
record. 

For some of the girls, their softball ca- 
reers would end with the season of 2005, but 
for others, they would go on to help Jonathan 
Dayton 
keep win- 
ning in the 
future. 
-Julie 
Schneier & 
Morgan 
Applegate 



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Left to Right(top) Carrie Ann Bertschy, Diana Torzenski, Jacly 
Haley Rottenberg, Elena Martinez (middle) Katie Venezia, 
Quagliato, Nicole Diament, Nikki Stauhs 
(bottom) Jessica Reino, Jennifer Seale, Allison Schachtel. 
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Left to Right: (top)) Courtney Brahm, Stacey Sommer, Sami Kennedy, 
Annmarie Corcione, Angie Heiba (middle) Jennifer Karl, Bitzy Rodriguez, 
Kerri Griffin, Julie Schneier, Alyssa Karl (bottom) Alexia Moriello, Jaime 
Rutkowski, Rachel Dushkin. 



Above: Is senior Jen Karl winding up 
for the pitch or showing off her new 

dance moves? Sports 1 35 



ball 



Make Your Way Back Home 



Right: 

Captain 

Cory 

Berger 

hopes 

to drive 

n the 

winning 

run. 



The grass was green and freshly cut, and the 
boys of JDHS prepared to play another action- 
filled season of spring baseball. Coming off a 
great season last year, winning the Conference 
title, the team was ready to conquer another championship 
this season. "We are focused and determined to succeed," 
says senior captain Cory Berger. "Our goal this season was 
not only to win the conference, but to make a name for 
ourselves in the states." 

Dayton's very own Chris Loeffler and Brian Castello 
coached the varsity team. Resolute on having a 
winning record, the coaches pushed their play- 
ers so they would give 110% every time on the 
field. Scott Chertoff claims, "We were prepared 
and pumped up to get out on the field." 

Senior Captain Raul Fumaguera said, "Loeffler 
and Costello remain focused and committed to 
helping us succeed. They are particularly de- 
voted to making our team better." 

Senior captains Cory Berger, Josh Goldman, 
and Raul Furnaguera led the team. Chosen for 
their passion of the game and their strong lead- 
ership qualities, they led Dayton's finest to an- 
other successful year. Not only do the players 
work well on the field, but senior Jesse Fischbein 
states, "The camaraderie amongst all the players 
is incredible. It's like we're one big family!" 

The team was ready to take on rivals such as 
the Brearley Bears, and New Providence. They 
were determined to succeed and achieve all 
goals set for the season. 
~ Marisa Bianco & Jesse Fischbein 





Left to Right: (top rowJManager Erin Cunningham, Mike Miranda, JaH 
DelMauro, Omar Breton, Dan Shabat, David Steinman, Adam Moss, Coaj 
Perone (middle row) Alex Neubauer, Anthony Nietto, Joel Loelshel j 
Mikey Stromeyer, Brandon Gincel, Mike Dipofio (bottom rozv) Jimm 
Guarino, Vinny Inneo, Adam Frank, Kenny Glennon, Greg Stefanelli 
Not pictured: Aaron Weinbaum 



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Cory Berger 
Centerfield 



Josh Goldman 
2nd Base 



Raul 

Furnaguera 

Shortstop & 

Pitcher 



Scott Chertoff 
Leftfield 




Dave Tarullo 
Rightfield 



Jesse 
Fischbein 
Rightfield 



Steve 

Tettamanti 

Catcher 



Mike Kronert 

3rd Base & 

Pitcher 



Left to Right: (top row) Raul Furnaguera, York Cook, Joe Furnaguera, Jake Floyd, 
Cory Berger, Dave Tarullo, Coach Castello (middle roiv) Scott Chertoff, Josh 
Goldman, Matt Parman, Jesse Fischbein, David Steinman (bottom row) Steve 
Tettamanti, Jimmy Guarino, Pat Circelli, Mike Kronert 



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In the Spotlight 139 



Right: The cast of 

Who Dimit? can't 

wait to get back 

on stage. 





Left: Mr. Slate, 
Jacky, Bella, 
Stuart, and 
Alan. 



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Right: 

Mike and 

Jacky. 

Below: 

Jacky 

and 

Ananda. 




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Mike and 

Ananda. 




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^An Original ^hCusi cat 'Theater Production "Written, Produced and Per- 
formed by the -JhCusical Theater Qass 

The musical theater class is a challenging but exciting class in which 

the students get the chance to write, produce, and direct their own musical. TliiJ 

year's musical was entitled Who Dunit? and was performed by Ms. Schlesingeri 

and Mr. Slate's 8 th period musical theater class. The idea of the musical came abow 

when the class was thinking that they wanted it to be a little like Clue, but didn't waflj 

anyone to know who did it. That's when they decided to do an original mystery play. 

Who Dunit? is a mystery about a man name Mr. Richmond who gets murdered, h 

the audience is not told who the murderer is," says Yakentha Cadet who played Paigi 

daughter of the deceaded Mr. Richmond. Yakentha Cadet says, "Her character Paige w 

neglected by her father and didn't have a good relationship with her mother." Paige migll 

have seemed like she was tough on the outside, but she really had a sensitive side to her. Sora 

comical main characters include Valerie Upton, who played the Butler and served as a greq 

comedy relief, and PJ Torez who played Mitchell who had a major obsession with Paige. 

Besides the actual production, the class was a unique learning experience for everyon 

involved because they learned how to come together to learn how to rely on teamwork in orde 

to get things done. Some students teamed up to write the script with the help of Mis 

Schlesinger, while some worked together with Mr. Slate to create music and lyrics. "I lik 

the thought of writing my own music for shows," said Junior Rachel Rothspan. The JDH 

production of Who Dunit? was the second musical theater production Rachel was invoh efl 

with. 

Some members of the class felt the performance time was cut short and there wa 

not enough time to practice and go over lines. However in the end. everyone enjoxei 

making this musical a success and loved working with fellow class mates. One pieo 

of advice students in the class would give anyone who may be interested in takiq 

a musical theater class: be dedicated, extremely motivated, and and alway 

keep an open mind. ~ Shannon Clark and Shaina Goldberg 



Mike, Jodie, Jacky, 
and James show how 
serious they can be. 

2. PJ and Kim form a bond 
that can't get any stronger. 



3. The body of Mr. Richmond 
is discovered. 




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Right: 
Matt can 
even get 
Jitter- 
bugs to 
listen to 
him. 




Take a Journey 
Over the 
Rainbow 

Below: Auntie Em and Uncle 

Henry are so happy they 

found their Dorothy. 





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1. Looks like the Scarecrow is 
actually doing some scaring! 

These Jitterbugs really put a 
spell on the audience. 

3. Why is Jen in the land of 
the Munchkins?! 



142 In the Spotlight 



4. The Mayor of the Munchkin 
City is confused as to why 
there is a house in his land. 

5. These Munchkins love their 
Glinda more than anything. 

6. The Trees are confused as 
to why a man of tin is 
singing! 



7. Katie tries to take the 
wickedness out of the 
Wicked Witch of the West. 

8 Toto can tell that 
Scarecrow's not the one that 
needs the heart. 

9. Joe really is the King of the 
Forest. 



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THE WIZARD OF OZ 



: These seniors are happy to 
/e the stage with a walk down the 



Below. "Welcome to Emerald City!" 




carecrow, i inman, uorotny 
are eager to be "off to see the 
Wizard!" 



This year the Dayton Music department 
decided to take on the challenge of performing 
The Wizard of Oz, and it was a huge success 
"Because everyone did their best and tried their 
hardest, it was amazing!" said lead Laura 
Fraenkel. "It was definitely really good. We 
pulled it together at the end and we had lots of 
energy, and really good everything else," said 
another lead Joe Marra. 

This show would not have been half as 
amazing if it weren't for Meri Kurzner, the cos- 
tume designer, who said, "It was not an easy 
task." Before this show, she had frequently 
visited a costume shop in New York that closed 
down before she could get what she needed 
jin there. She made some of the costumes, such as the trees, jitterbugs and crows. The rest were put together 
renting or buying from some of the local costume shops. "You have to be really creative, I think, to come 
with some of the things that me and the few other people that helped me, found out as we went along," She 
o said. 

Another person that helped immensely was Justine 
Burke, the stage manager, or "the boss," as the cast members affection- 
ately call her. The hardest thing for her was, "...probably organization. 
There were so many things to think about at once during a scene that I 
couldn't get it all down all the time. . . but after doing it for so long, I'm 
a pro." At the thought of this being her last show, she said, "I felt 
overwhelmed. It ending was really bittersweet - it was good to finally 
have a life outside of school again, but sad because it was my final show. 
I'm going to miss it." Although what Justine said was the consensus 
among the seniors, this was a great show for them to leave the school 
with. Sophomore Laura Alonso said, "I thought it was amazing, the 
costumes, singing and dancing was really spectacular." Congratula- 
tions to the cast and crew for a wonderful show. ~ Chris Mat I ice 




Left: Even the Scarecrow needs a 
little nap now and then. 



In the Spotlight 143 





A few days after Valentines Day, with love still in the air, 
Jonathan Dayton High School held their annual King of Hearts on 
February 16, 2005 and all were excited to come. Charming hosts 
Robby Shabat, Cassie Fishkin and Carol Rodriguez led the talented 
men through a variety of competitions including a talent category, 
swimwear category and formal wear category. Their goal. . . to impress 
judges Christina Smith, Mandee Bellarosa, Lauren Tuma, Brian Costello 
and Scott Keele. Participants included freshmen Max Fishkin and Scott 
Cohen, sophomores Jesse Alava, Chris Muckle and Danny Shabat, 
luniors Zack Silverman and Dima Tereschuk and last but not least, seniors 
Steve Mandel, Jon Denning and Chris Bauknight. 

The night began when each contestant was introduced to the 
audience wearing his favorite casual wear attire. Jon Denning was, 
without a doubt; the funniest in this category when he came out in mavi 
cut mini shorts and a construction vest. Then, each contestant expressed 
himself in the talent competition; some of the crowd's 
favorites included Jon Denning' s karate and Mickey 
Stromeyer's Napoleon Dynamite dance. Zack Silverman 
and Max Fishkin, after tuning up, blew away the 
crowd with their guitar playing and singing. Dima 
Tereshchuk, showing off his soccer skills for his talent, felt 
Jon Denning's karate was "the best talent "because he 
made it look really professional and it was very funny" 
Chris Bauknight, Scott Cohen and Steve Mandel also, 
in each of their own performances, set the groove on 
stage. 

All were amazed when Jonathan Dayton's 
most attractive guys waltzed around showing off their 
unigue swimwear. Jon Denning and Steve Mandel, the oldest of the 
crew, came out in small speedos, clearly shocking the crowd. Wearing 
less, was Jesse Alava who sported a towel and Chris Muckle, a 
cardboard box. Less risky, Zack Silverman chose to wear black 
patterned swim shorts, thinking that traditional attire would earn him a 

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spot in the finals 

After the swimwear competition, 
the boys, looking ravishing, came out 
dressed to impress for the formalwear 
competition, each escorting a beauti- 
ful lady. Mickey Stromeyer, tossing 
the Dayton girls aside, chose top escort Mrs. Cokeing's beaj 
daughter Elizabeth. Talk about earning points with the judges. A 
the contestants said goodbye to their beautiful dates, they war 
patiently to see who would make it through to the next cut. Tallyii 
their scores, the judges felt Zack Silverman, Mickey Stromeyer, Di 
Tereshchuk. Steve Mandel. Chris Bauknight and Jonathan Der 
would be the chosen six to move to the next round. Each of the six w 
then asked to respond to a guestion created by the judges, which 
all responded to with ease. 

Clueless to whom the winner might be 
audience sat in complete silence while the juci 
combined the contestants' scores. Finally, the monj 
of truth arrived. The three hosts then announcec 
judges' final decision: 2"° runner up, Jon Dennin 
runner up, Mickey Stromeyer: and the new Ki 
Hearts 2005, Steve Mandel. Steve won the ji 
over with his ballet and back-up ballerinas, his col 
tux, personality and his creativity. 

When asked to respond to the night 
whole, Scott Keele, one of the judges, felt that 
swimsuit competition was his least favorite. "I 
more than I needed to. In all honesty, I liked the to 
competition and guestion and answer categories because the kids r 
to think on their feet. I got to see the creative skills and how they pic) 
to the crowd" stated Mr. Keele. He, along with the other judges c 
crowd felt the night was one to remember thanks to the student cc 
members and advisor Mary Cokeing. ~ Alyssa Alper & C 
Rodriguez 



r 

! Broadway Might, a performance where students can sing 
Broadway song of their choice, has been a recent addition 
p the music department, starting only three years ago. 
ith half the proceeds going to the Jordan Lee Fish Foun- 
tion. two Broadway Might performances take place each 
?ar with the hopes of drawing in a big crowd and raising a 
'z of money. 

In addition. Broadway Might is the perfect time for 

judents to show off their individual talents. "When you're 

choir, you have to blend with the rest of the group and at 

oadway Might, you can show your own style." says senior 

ura Fraenkel. 

This years' Broadway Might consisted of songs from 
ootloose. Wicked. Chicago, and many more There was a 
x of solos, duos and small ensembles. There were also two 
I cast performances. "Welcome to the Sixties" from 
vrspray and the theme from Little Qhop of Norrors. Sopho- j 
Dre Moah Peyser adds. "The whole thing is student run. You 
oose your own song that fits your voice and personality." 
With interest in Broadway Might from both performers and 
diences. this Dayton tradition will go on for years to come. " 

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It was no surprise to see the seats filled on the nights of 
November 19th and 20th as the hysterical comedy, The Family 
Man, starring the ever-so-entertaining Matt Sauerhoff and 
Daniella Scheer as Bill and Ellen Cahill and directed by Miss 
Schlesinger, took audience members on a laughter 
rollercoaster. Because of his broken fibula, Bill and 
Ellen are forced to switch roles -Ellen must return to 
working in an office while Bill, begrudgingly, must 
run the house- which, in turn, lead to a night filled 
with laughter. 

Matt and Daniella, both seniors, appeared to 
have excellent chemistry on stage and effectively 
managed to draw the audience into their home and 
their world. The rest of the cast, including the oh- 
so-nosey neighbor Mrs. Beeman played by Roxanne 
Tourkay, the PTA members starring senior Gen- 
esis Vasquez as the elitist Mrs. Conch, junior Rachel Rothspan as 
the clumsy Mrs. Gilford, junior Anna D'Achille as the timid, 
sweet Mrs. Tash, Ellen Cahill's brother, Vincent, played by junior 
Robert Efrus, the Cahill's children Roger and Nancy played by 
senior Ryan Russikoff and freshman Dana Hauffe, the familv 
doctor, Dr. Hartnett played by sophomore Mike Schwartz, and 
Ellen's boss, CV Brockton played by sophomore Ashley Maas, all 
cohesively created an illusion for audiences to buy into. 

To add some chaos to the play, Mr. Jerry Trevor, plaved by 
sophomore Jason Usdon, and Miss Lucille Ford, played by sopho- 
more Sarah Hurwitz, arrived to award $50,000 to Ellen Cahill for 
winning the Homemaker Award for Scotch Fancies and her essay 
"A Home is a Going Concern". The problem: Bill entered secretlv 
using his wife's name and he wants her to lie and accept the award 
because the winner must be a woman. When she refuses, Bill 
finds any means possible to convince his wife while not letting 
Mr. Trevor and Miss Ford catch on. Eventually all works out in the end, and \vh 
it does, Walter Stuart, played by junior Craig Dotoli, is there to capture a photo of 1 
winner sticking his head in an oven for his "big story". Lastly, senior Meagan Wii 
sophomore Nurit Zabludovskv, and sophomore Mike Schwartz added some spi 
to the play by taking on a multitude of small roles, from Bertha Fortune to Maxi's T< 
Service, to make the production interesting and unique. 

Seniors Daniella Scheer, Matt Sauerhoff, Genesis Vasquez, Meagan Wing, a; 
Ryan Russikoff will be sorely missed next year when the fall drama comes aroiir 
but there will always be new talent budding around the corner. According to seni 
Matt Sauerhoff, he's been "doing this for four years and is confident that [his] she 
will be filled by a great underclassman." In the meantime, the cast will be left ^v; 
amazing memories of a great production. 



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answer from Dr. Hartnett (Mike Schwartz). 

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and they will come true. We will always be CHEERING for you since we 
are your number one fans. 

Our love is with you today, tomorrow, and always, 
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I woman whom we love and are so veru proud of. 
We nope all your dreams and wishes come true. I 
Just remember to always listen to your heart, and 
believe in the goodness of who you are. 
Congratulations!!! 
With AH Our Love 
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To our son Jesse, 

May love, laughter, good health and 
happiness continue to fill your life.... We are 
so proud to be your parents and hope that al 
of your dreams become a reality. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Jesse, 

We left huge footprints for you to 
follow, you came and conquered, making 
your own. We could not be more proud 
and wish you all the best of everything, 
good health, success and true happiness. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




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We have watched you grow into a special young i 
man, from an energetic little pipsqueak into a 
dedicated high school senior. 

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and will be successful at whatever you choose. 

We love you, 
Mom, Dad, Justin 
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^)ear W^arta, 

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LINDSAY SCHVCTCMA^f 

Congratulations! 

M^e are very proud of you! 

You worked hard to get where you 

are today. You have grown into a 

beautifut, intettigent and caring 

young Cady. No favor is too much to 

as^ofyou. J-Cavefun in coCCege and 

continue to foCCow your dreams. 

(Remember, there is nothing that you 

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accompCishments. 

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come true. 

'We wiCC aCways Cove you!. 

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ACy, 

you are more than just a sister to 

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We wanted to let you know how proud we are of you and how much happiness 

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completed and a second one begins. We will always stand by you. 

Love, 
Dad, Mom, Amber & Rose 



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Ginger- 

You were our first grandchild 

and we cannot believe how you 

became such a beautiful young 

lady. 

Love, 

Grandma 

Grandpa & Barbara 




BRIAN TAVIS 




We stand in awe of the truly 
wonderful young man you have 
become. We are so proud of you. 

We admire you for, at times, 

"taking the road less traveled," 

but it was always the path for you. 

Remember to always believe in 

your dreams and in your ability 

to make them come true. 

Continue to be the courageous, 

smart, sweet, sensitive Brian that 

you are, and you'll never be lost. 

So go, chase your dreams, you 

deserve them. We will miss you - 

so please always remember the 

way home - we'll be waiting. 

More than words... 

We love you, 

Dad, Mom, & Megan 



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Amanda Nicole 

As you go through the many seasons of your life change is the only 
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love forever. Good luck at WVU' 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Daniel, and Jesse 




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Dearest Lauren, 

Congratulations to our wonderful daughter! 

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and dreams come true. Always remember 

how much fou are loved! 



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Mom and Pad 

To our devoted granddaughter Lauren, 
Maf all four wishes come true! 



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Gen Ciullo 

With quiet determination, 

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ADAM SHERMAN 

To our Adam, 

Words cannot express the love that we have for 
you. From the moment you were born, we knew you 
were special* You are a gift to ourwhole family! As 

we have watched you grow into an intelligent, 
handsome, caring and witty young man, we could 
not be more proud of you and all your accomplish- 
ments. Reach for the stars! We know you will 
achieve wonderful things in your life. 
All our love always. 
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Daniel Fernandez 



Dan, 

May the future bring to your 
life as much happiness and 
joy as you have brought to 
me. I am so proud of the man 
you have become. Don't ever 
give up on your dreams. 
Make them yours and never 
let them go. 

Congratulations and always 
remember how much 
I LOVE YOU! 
Mom 

Dan, 

I am so proud of you. 

You're the best brother 

anyone could have. 

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hard, you can accomplish 

anything.... 

I love you, 

Melissa 



We are extremely happy 

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We're very proud of you and 

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Love, 

APT and Nana 

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The coolest dude and 

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We are so proud and love 

you always! 

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Congrats and Good Luck in 

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Dearest Adam- 

Where has the time gone? ft seems like yesterday when yow graduated from nwrsery school. 
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To ©aniella <aka my stinky). 

There are so many things I 

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grow into your own life. My 

greatest wish is that you will 

always remember how much I 

love you. Vou are a beautiful 

unique person... om 1 am so 

proud to have for a daughter. 

CONGRflTOLflTIONI)!!! 

1 love you with all of my heart. 

Mom 



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Jacqueline Saul 



We are so very proud of you 

and wish you only the best. 

You have a lot to offer and we 

know you will be successful at 

whatever you choose to do. 

Never lose sight of your goals 

and follow your dreams. 



We wish you a lifetime of 

happiness, health, and good 

fortune 



With much love! 
Mom, Dad, and Melissa 





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Jennifer, 

Congratulations or\ your graduation 

from Jonathan Dayton! 

We are so proud of all you have 

accomplished and for who you have 

become. May all your dreams come true. 

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Jessica Qirandola 



We're so proud of your 
hard work and determina- 
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heart, and strong will is 
going to take you to big 
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all of our lives, forever 
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^htarisa Qallant 

Congratulations on your graduation! 
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To Our 

LAURA ROSE 






Congratulations on all or your wonderful achievements. 

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we love you very much! 

Grandma Barbara, Poppy Jerry 
and Aunt Karen 






Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. 
Live the life you have imagined. 
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love, Mom, Pad, Christiana, & Alyssa 



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Dear Brad. 

We remember everything 

as though it happened only yesterday. 

We hope you will too. 

Congratulations on all your accomplishments. 

Don't forget the rules —have fun. always do 

your best and be prepared! 

Love. 
Mom. Dad. Zak. Binley. Lucy & Tillie 



Jeffrey Gerstenfeld 

Life is a series of steps to the 

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Mom & Dad 




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Dear Danielle Marie, 

Congratulations to you and the 

Class of 2005! We are so proud of 

you! You are about to begin a new 

chapter in your life. We wish you so 

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your future endeavors. You are, and 

always have been, the joy in all our 

lives. We love you! 

Love, 

Dad, Mom & Mike, Grandma & 

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'Rait/ J^urnaguera 

Yayi " We are so proud of you. We wish 

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in college! 

Love. Mom. Dad & Joey 



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May your future be filled with success and 

happiness in college and always! 

Love. Abuela. Tia. Michael & John 




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The time passes quickly, the days go by so fast, 

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all my girls. Really and truly! We're out! Alan. 
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forever! Peace out Dayton, Ur green! 

GINGER CROSBY 

MOM&DAD-THANKS4ALWAYSBEING 
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STEVE DECOSTER 

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AMANDA DICOCCO 

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THNX 2 MY BRO,FRNDS,& B-BALL FAMI- 
LIES 4 MAKING JDHS AGREATTIME. 

MARISA GALLANT 

TXS 2 ALL MY FRIENDS FOR SOME GR-8 

X'S & MEMS! I WILL MISS U NEXT YEAR! 

JESSICA GIRANDOLA 
Mom&Dad ILY so much THX U 4 everything 2 
my grlz TEA VIV Barbie Crzy XS GGW TS 
DB JG 4eva whylin SLURPEES! OPPS I MDE A 
BOO BOO! 2 MY LUV AB 2gether 4eva ILY 

LAUREN GOLDBERG 

Mom&Dad-txs 4 all your love and support. I 
don't know where I'd b without u. Txs 4 
everything. ILYSM. @ the end of the day, it 
doesn't matter who walked through your life, it's 
about who stayed. 2 all my friends. .txs 4 all the 
gr8 X & all the mem. ILY. 

ALYSON HELFAND 

MOM & DAD THX 4 EVERYTHING ILY SO 
MUCH BRANDON-UR THEBST BRO EVR 
ILYSM. LS JB AP AM THX 4 BR8 MEMS& 
X'S BFFAE LYL GD LCK CLASSOF 05 

ALYSSA IAROSSI 

"ME WUV" ALL MY TRU GRLS!C/O05'WE R 

OUT!NAT-ILUSM SIS GLUCK 2 EVERY 1 



PEACEXO 

JENNIFER KARL 

Mom&DadTxs4AllUveDoneILY!Lyss- 
AlwaysStick2getherILY*ADcuIdntaskformore* 
LFRDJBGR8xsClassof'05GOODLUCK! 

MIKE KRONERT 

Kronic*RedlineSCDFTRDTSDJPSNYCDKMM 
LHBAPB*IRJBWhatAlwaysThereMad Luv 
TMDTGGJW 

MIKE LAWSON 

EEE PaulMyBroFromAnotherMomAmerican 

IdolV 4yrsRawWrestling JulieMadLuv 4U 

4getTheseBricks&StrikeItBigThanxFam 

EvryThing&Others2 

PAUL LEOKUMOVICH 
STACEY 5204 ILY 4VR ND 4 ALWAYS 
LAWSON ONE LOVE MOM DAD MICH 
FAMILY 1 st THX 

ANNMARIE LICATESE 

Mom&DadWhatMoreCUdAgrlAsk4ILY SM+XS 
4everything*Charles-#lBroTxs4alwaysBein 
TherelLY moreThanTheWorld*2myGrls-PD KM 
AR LF GV KM AI MB GC JB*SoManyMems: 
HmecmingWLWDoLvegrdnBangnsNailsTannin' 
DunkinPromSummer..SoMuchMor2come*Civic 
Crew:LisXtinaMerms*MyGys-MM TR MK DC 
JR SN SC DF..akaRedlineAlwysMakinMe 
LaughILY*SpecialShoutOuts-PaulineTheSisI 
nevrHadIdBlostW/Ou4evrWhylinThere4me24/7 
un4gtablX2gethrILYSMbffae*LukyFinJustKeep 
SwimminCanNevrGetenufOfOurPixILY*Lisak- 
12FromBarbies2GuysBstFmds@heart4evrILY 
* DanielleNo 1 CanTopOurX2gethrNo MattrWat 
ILY*Mike&TommyBstGys EvrILYSM*These 
HavBeen TheBest4yrsOfMyLifeThx4enuff Mems 
2 LastAlifetime..Oh5baby..WeOut 

STEVEN MANDEL 

TNX2MyFamForAlwysBeinThere JF&RS4Life 
DP&JSBFF JWJSSFBB&AllMyOtherFrnds THX 
ForBestMems DTMWAH GR8 Mems@JDHS 
Good Luck Class of '05 

COURTNEY MANDERS 

Congrats class of 05. Hey 2 RR, DK, CC. Good 

times. GL 2 evryl in the future. 

CHYNAH MCKAY 

2 MY FAM & FRNDS 2 MY MAIN RYDZ 
SHAY LIYL BRIT SH DD YC SB MB AL AS 
LUV YALL STAY UP SR.. 05 BABY!! 

AMANDA MIDDLEBERG 

Mom&dad-txs4allURlove&supportILYSM 
Joshy-UrThebestbroILY Boris-YouHaveMad 
eMeSoHappylamSoLuckylLOVEYOU Lindz, 
Berky, Alz- txs4thegdx&allthemems 
BFFTTEOHS ILY GC-LYLAS GdLuckc/o'05! 

KRISTINA MITJANS 

Peace out C/O '05! Luv2my sxy sr's ill missU. 
MDW 04 Bst tym eva 4july + C-SIDE Brdwlk 
amazing days the countdwn Civic Crw LKYFIN 
Queen P's ILY xo DD 24/7 4eva getn lost only us 
more mems 2 come. Mom.dad & daddy thnx4 
evrythng ILYM Mike, Remi, & Melissa=my 
world ILYSM 

VITALY PATSAY 

SENIOR YEAR HAS BEEN A MAJOR YEAR 



OF CHANGES 4ME THANKS 2 ALL MY 
FRIENDS. 

ALEX PEYSER 

Mom & Dad-Thx 4 all ur support & encourage- 
ment Noah-ur the best bro thx 4 everything. 
Shmo 02 the package-JB LS AH-good times 
congrats c/o 2005 ! 

ASHLEY PHANOR 

To my girls: thanks for making JDHS bearable. 

1 will never forget you. XO 

DARA POLTROCK 

MomDad&Daniel Thnx4allurluv&support ILY 
MT JS SM my best friendssomanymems THE 
GUYS-BB JF'AS RS ualwaysknewhowto 
makemelaughlLY GR-8X'Sw/BBGRLS-AD CZ 
KV PSUW/SF COMPDIRNEY-somuchfun. 
Corey 10-3-03 ILYSM thnx 4evry thing 
GD LUCK 2theclassof 05! 

CAROL RODRIGUEZ 

Mom Dad Chris & Cam Txs 4 all ur luv & suprt 
ILY* 2 all my Sr/Jr grls tht bn w/ me thru evrythn 
nvr 4get our crzy fny tms *EN*CS*BR bid is 
thkr thn wtr nvr 4gt fht*143*byz thx 4 mkn me 
lgh*JW snce Fr yr we bn thru it all thx ILY 
3xprmse 6/1 1/04*GD LCK 05 

JESSICA ROLAND 

2 my fam Txs 4 all the love & support ILY Mom 
& Dad ILYSM Dani & Matt ur #1 2 my grls 
ILASM 2 the class of 2005 it's been long & fun 
congrats & good luck 

MARLA ROSENFELD 

Thank you for all of the wonderful memories and 
great times. Treasure every day that you have 
and never give up on your dreams. Good luck. 

DANIELLE ROSS 

2mom&dadILYTxs4everything2mytwintTxs4 
allthelaughsLuvu2 2 my frndsTxs GDX BFF 

RYAN RUSSIKOFF 

SHOUT OUT 2 DA FAM-ILY MOM DAD & 

JUSTIN. MY FRIENDS: DK$JW$DS$LC 

....RESPEK 

JAIME RUTKOWSKI 

MomDad&DanaTxs4BeingThere4Me&4AllUr 

SupportILY!LellAgnesMarSpnshsElleKees 

BstofMemsBFFAE!LinDeetzDotzDowtzGr8 

TmesILY4Evr!SrGirlsBstWishsCrzyTmesTxs4 

EvrythngSrBoysKeepItReal,SraUrtheGr8stTxs 

4Evrythng!JRTxs4BeingByMySideBFF! Good 

LuckClass05&PeaceOut! 

TAYLOR SABINSKY 

2 MY FAM ILY JG PARTNER IN CRIME DB 
MY SBFL JG DB TS 4EVA WHYLIN GC MY 
HIP BUDDY LG CAN SHARE ANYTHIN W/ U 
ILY GIRLS 

JACLYN SALANT 

MomDad&Jul-TxsSoMuch4AlwavsBeingThere 
&CheeringMeOnThruTheYrsILY Jay & Stace I 
CouldNeverAsk4BetterFrndsBFF2day2morro 
w&Always- GurtDDStatPromCompDirney 2 
TheGuyz-BB AS SM JF RS RR Txs4Making 
EvryDaySoMuchFun Gr8Mems& Un4getable 
Times© JDGDLuckClassof05111Missl f! 



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MATT SAUERHOFF 

I " m Freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ! 

JACQUELINE SAUL 
Mom&Dad-U'veFilledMyLifeW/Love& 
HappinessTxs4AlwaysGivingMeWarmHearts2 
comeHome2ILY MelissaMyTRUEbfflLYSM LG 
AT CT DB JW TS GC MS JR GR8X W/You 
All! 

JULIE SCHNEIER 

RemyILY4ever Mom&DadThx4e very thing 

ILYSoMuch DP&SMbff AV:) 

CongratsSeniors2005 

LINDSAY SCHUCKMAN 
Mom&DadTxs4urluv&supportw/ everything Ido 
IwouldntBwhereIam2DAYw/oUBrookeUrthe 
BestSisILY AM AH JB AP Txs4 the 
UN4GETABLE mems IwillMissYouSoooMuch 
XOXOGDLuckc/o05! 

DEREK SEIGEL 

2MYFAMTHX4BEINGTHERE-BOYS4LIFE 
DKJWRRMTMSJRJDHAMN-GIRLS 
LCLOAACRJRGOBLIVE LIFE2THEFULLES 
TIWOULDDOITALLOVERAGAIN. RIPJLF 
PEACEOUT! 

ROBERT SHABAT 

BARRY&STIX-BROS4LIFE MyBoyzBB as JD 
& MyGrlz JS jw SF js DP ad -JDHoops-2my 
Mom& DadlLYsomuchYouBothMeanTheWorld 
2Me-2 Dan&BenTheBest BrosICould EverHave 
RIP JLF 

ADAM SHERMAN 

Mom&Dad-Thnks 4 ur luv & support ILY both 
so much * Laurie- Ur a gr8 sis ILY * To my 
frnds- Lots of gr8 mems * GL class of 2005 ! 

MICHAEL TISS 

Mom,Dad,Ray-Txs4everything!LY4EVER!GR- 

8X'sw/BBALL,SOCCER.GOLF=4YrsoFFUN- 

DS.CB.JDJW=myBOYS-ITWASCRZY 

SRGRLSRHOT! JG, ZS- IMOREyr&urout-BE 

GOOD~Bit7.y-WLWD?!HAHA-ILY&BFF! 

JDHS-PEACE! 

CASSIE TITLE 

To all of my only friends- thanks for making HS 

swell CPRMW Farewell 

ALLYSON TRATENBERG 

2all my frnds we had sum crazy xs gonna miss u 
guyz next year gl in college 

GENESIS VASQUEZ 

HOLLA 05in tha builden LUV2tha crew:KM DS 
LF AI ILYGUWAMH. Luv2my bois CHOI 
(NEBULA)MpMkMbJRAP JFITZ&DT ILY! 
2MYGYL:YC-BFF SB AL JB GC MW PD JR 
MB AS ILY QUEEN P'S best memoriz T4E WE 
OUT! Good luck2evryl 

BELLA VAX 

Classof05...WeMadeit!Ma,Pa,Mark-ILY!W/ 
OUI'dBNowhere! Z.GregnPaul... urmyclosest 
pcople!LY4E!2mygrls ...VGJBALKMMM 
(NOORDFR) W/OUI wuddanevrmadeitllLY 
AN4E ! 2myboys...JRGZJODCSDSC-MaadgdX 
w/uall!V...urtheBESTFRNDnegrlcudWISH 
2have! ILY! ItsbcengoodlMOUT! 



Muchluv2allteachrs thatwerethere!MWAZ! 
XOXO! BTW-Babushka...URtheBEST! 

SHIRA WEINSTEIN 

WERE FINALLY OUT! ILY LG, JO, JB, CL, 
GC, AS, TS, JW, JR. CUNXTYR, JK=) VBALL 
()1-04ILYGRLS<3GOODLUCKNXTYRSR'S! 

JACQUELINE WEISS 

"Most people walk in and out of your life, but 
only friends leave footprints in your heart." 2 my 
sr and vball grlz- we have spent the past 4 yrs 
2gether and it has all been gr8! LG LG SW JR 
DB JS- 2 my choir geeks- thnx 4 making evry 
performance, concert, & musical un4getable! My 
grlz- SH KM AM AD JB My byz- NP CD SM 
JM I <3 my pioneers! 2 Jared & Stephanie- thnx 
4 being the best siblings anyl could ask 4! Mom- 
thnx 4 always being there 4 me- words cannot 
describe how much I luv u! Dad- I luv u more 
than anything- I know I will make u proud! 
"Time flies and we will fly with it." Good Luck 
c/o2005! 

JARRED WEISS 

Thanks for all the mems: MT CZ JF CB JG. 2the 

underclassmen GD Luck @ JD 



1 \I\1I Wl ISM \\ 

Mom&Dad- I cant thnk u enough ILY. Jar- ur 
the best big bro- ILY. Stace & Jac-cnt 
ask4better frnds- alwys&4ever. To the guys- 
RR SM BB JF RS AS JD MS- gr8X's w/ 
allofu-yrs of mems- thnx c/o 2005- GL in 
future! 

ABBY WILKENFELD 

2 ALL MY FRNDS TXS 4 ALL THE GR8 
MEMS. ILL MISS ALL OF U NEXT YR!! 

MEAGAN WING 

MOM, DAD, MATT- Thnx4allURSUPPORT- 

ILY!AIjrKMgvLFmbCR-my Girls- 

crzyMEMS-luUalways- 

!afterPROM , 04=WILDX"S! GOOD luck - 05- 

FINALLY OUT! 

CRISTIN ZAVOCKI 

Mom&Dad Txs 4 Evrythng ILYSM! MAZ KZ 
KH Thanx 4 always bein there 4 me ILY! 
Sara- BFF Always... 2gether- so many 
laughs&gr8X's LYLAS! NC KS AM CB- Luv 
u 4-gonna miss u so much nxt yr! JW- my 
buddy, my stup-what am I gonna do w/out u 
nxt yr! Bball Grls- GR8XS lots of fun- AD 
DP KV- MT fun x's GD Luck CLASS of 05! 




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MMBMOM 



The 2005 Yearbook comprises of 212 pages 
of unforgettable memories. This keepsake 
was prepared by the yearbook classes. With- 
out their undying dedication to the produc- 
tion of the yearbook, this keepsake would not 
have been possible. A special thanks goes out 
to Editors Maria Rosenf eld and Justine Burke, 
Photo Editors Jessica Girandola, Jackie Weiss, 
and Genevieve Ciullo, and Business man- 
ager Meagan Wing. Nothing would be pos- 
sible without the brilliant yearbook advisor 
Karyn Schlesinger. Her painstaking efforts 
truly gave way to a fabulous graduation 
memoir. Congratulations to the Class of 2005 
and good luck in whatever endeavor you 
may wish to pursue. 

-Editors Maria Rosenfeld & Justine Burke 

(Class of 2005) 

Published by Jostens 2005 



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